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NICHOLS HILLS, Okla. -- Nichols Hills Police are on the look-out for a suspect they say stole a car and then ran from police.

Detectives got a head start on this investigation because of a key piece of evidence the suspect left behind.

Nichols Hills Police first tried to pull over a suspect driver in a stolen white Jeep Grand Cherokee on June 10 around 7 p.m.

The officer's dash camera was rolling as the suspect driver starts to slow down, then flips a u-turn and takes off from police, turning into speeding traffic near N.W. 63rd and Penn.

Police say conditions were too dangerous for the officer to continue the chase.

The suspect got away.

However, police found the stolen Jeep less than a mile away from the scene of the foiled chase.

The Jeep was tucked behind a dumpster at a Chase bank location on Northwest Grand.

Police confirmed the car was stolen. The tag was also stolen from another vehicle.

The suspect was nowhere to be found.

Officers looked into the driver's seat and spotted a cell phone, syringes and also probation paperwork that would lead them right to their the suspect.

Billy Joe Glazier was the name on the parole papers.

Glazier's rap sheet is a smorgasbord of criminal convictions out of Oklahoma and Tulsa Counties.

Glazier has been convicted of twelve different felonies including possession of a stolen vehicle and unauthorized use.

Glazier got out of prison in February. He's on probation until next year.

Police tell us Glazier was behind the wheel of the Jeep.

"In this case the vehicle made a u-turn, and the officers were able to get a good look at the driver," said Nichols Hills Police Detective, Casey Nix. "The two officers in the patrol car were able to both determine he was, in fact, the driver."

There's now a warrant out for Glazier's arrest.

He goes by the name "Dollar Bill."

Nichols Hills Police have asked the Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater to charge Glazier with another count of unauthorized use of a vehicle.

He could also face criminal charges out of Oklahoma City where the vehicle and the tag were stolen.

 

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