OKC police arrest two people with alleged “shopping list” of cars to steal

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OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma City police make an unusual discovery during an arrest over the weekend.

It all started when officers showed up to serve a felony warrant at a home near May Ave. and N.W. 21st St.

Authorities say 24-year-old Aryn Aaron is accused of speeding away in a stolen car and nearly hitting one officer.

MSgt. Gary Knight, with the Oklahoma City Police Department, said, "The vehicle started to accelerate toward the officer who ordered her to stop.  She didn't and the officer had to jump out of the way to avoid being hit and then they sped away."

After a short chase, the suspect jumped a curb and crashed.

Police found Aaron hiding in the neighborhood.

James Stonebraker, a second suspect who was also a passenger in the car, was arrested lying in the intersection after the crash.

Police say officers then found a notebook in the suspects' car with an alleged shopping list of other cars to steal.

Knight said, "Upon inventorying the car, they did find a list of cars to steal along with property to be taken."

According to police reports, the list included detailed information, "From addresses of vehicles, to the models, years and what priority they were to be taken."

Knight said, "It's something we don't see everyday, a shopping list of cars they wanted to steal."

Both suspects remain behind bars in the Oklahoma County Jail.

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