Oklahoma man arrested for 10 warrants, leading deputies on short chase

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NORMAN, Okla.  – An Oklahoma man was arrested for several outstanding warrants related to a short pursuit.

On April 24, deputies went to a home in Norman to serve 26-year-old Joshua Vanderburg with nine felony warrants and one misdemeanor warrant.

Deputies didn’t find Vanderburg at the home but found three children at home alone.

A few minutes later, a vehicle pulled into the driveway and immediately backed out.

When deputies tried to pull over the vehicle, it took off and led them on a pursuit through Norman neighborhoods.

Finally, the vehicle came to a stop and officers arrested Vanderburg.

When deputies opened the door, they found a 2-year-old boy in the backseat.

In addition to the 10 warrants, Vanderburg was arrested on complaints of eluding a peace officer, child endangerment, false impersonation, driving under suspension/revocation and failure to carry insurance verification.

All four children were placed in protective custody.

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