UPDATE: Oklahoma City police impound chase suspect’s motorcycle; suspect still not arrested


UPDATE: The man who rode his motorcycle across Oklahoma City as he led police on a chase has not yet been arrested, but officers had his motorcycle impounded and plan to arrest him at a later time.

The chase happened Wednesday afternoon and ended in a Northwest Oklahoma City neighborhood when the suspect pulled into a residence’s driveway and walked into the home.

Officers surrounded the home, but left the scene without arresting the suspect. Instead, they impounded his motorcycle.

Police know the suspect’s identity and plan to locate and arrest him at a later time.

Original Story

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A suspect who rode a motorcycle through Oklahoma City to evade capture has entered a residence in a local neighborhood, and police are surrounding the home.

Oklahoma City police chased the suspect as he weaved through Oklahoma City traffic.

He was heading northbound on Kelley Avenue just past Britton, but was slowed down by stopped traffic.

The suspect managed to maneuver his way out of the congestion and continued in his flight.

He stopped briefly at the pumps of a gas station, but it is not certain if he gassed up. He hurried back into traffic.

The suspect rode to a neighborhood on the northwest side of the city and entered a home.

Seven OKCPD squad cars are surrounding the home.

This is a developing situation and officers are working to apprehend the suspect.

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