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Tulsa Police arrest two for eluding and resisting arrest

Posted at 11:04 AM, Sep 26, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-26 12:04:08-04

Tulsa Police arrest two individuals who were riding non-street legal motocross bikes throughout downtown Tulsa.

There have been reports made on the weekend about the pair for over a month now.

The two individuals, Cade Diorio and Tyrese Huey, were riding the motocross bikes extremely recklessly on East 2nd Street during crowded bar hours.

Witnesses reported that Diorio and Huey were riding wheelies and driving into oncoming traffic, causing vehicles to swerve to avoid them.

The Tulsa Police helicopter, Police 1, was in the area and observed the two fail to stop and take off at a high rate of speed.

Any time Police 1 located Diorio and Huey, the two would flee from ground officers at a high rate of speed into oncoming traffic.

Police 1 reported that the pair was driving into oncoming traffic, running red lights, cutting through yards, and driving onto a sidewalk almost hitting two pedestrians.

After observing the pair moving through downtown for approximately 30 minutes, Police 1 reported the two attempting to hide the bikes in McClure Park.

Diorio and Huey attempted to flee on foot but were caught and taken into custody by Tulsa Police.

Initially both subjects denied trying to run from police, but later claimed they were running because it was fun.

Cade Diorio and Tyrese Huey were arrested and charged with eluding police, endangering others, reckless driving, and resisting arrest.

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