Man arrested after high-speed police chase through OKC
OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City man is facing an array of charges after he allegedly led police on a high-speed chase early Monday morning.
Officers said 37-year-old Clyde Wallace Brushwood led them on a pursuit that reached speeds upwards of 110 miles per hour.
After police used a pit maneuver to stop the chase, they said Brushwood ran from the scene.
He was quickly arrested and admitted to throwing meth out the car window.
He is charged with reckless driving, driving under suspension, felony aggravated eluding, destroying evidence and obstructing an officer.
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