OHP: Wife turns husband in after high speed chase

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OKLAHOMA CITY – One man is in custody after he led Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troopers on a chase through metro streets early Tuesday morning.

According to scanner traffic, OHP attempted to stop a white pick-up for driving in a suspicious manner on I-240.

The driver took off, speeding down I-35 before exiting onto Oklahoma City streets with a top speed of 115 mph.

During the chase, multiple bags of white powder were thrown from the vehicle, according to scanner traffic.

Officers on the scene said the man crashed the pick-up around SE 11th and Fairmont and abandoned the vehicle and passenger inside.

A short time later, OHP officers were told the location of the suspect by his wife, who had not been part of the chase.

Troopers have not released the identity of the second person in the truck or if they were arrested.

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