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UPDATE: The suspect who led authorities on a high-speed chase from Stillwater to Norman has been identified.

Edward Dailey, 22, was booked into the Cleveland County Detention Center on the following complaints:

  1. Carrying firearms while committing a felony
  2. No valid drivers license
  3. Carrying firearms after conviction/during probation
  4. Unlawful possession of paraphernalia
  5. Distribution of controlled substance – including possession with intent
  6. Endangering others while eluding police officer

The chase hits speeds above 120 miles per hour.

Dailey exited Interstate 35 South at Flood Avenue in Norman.

An Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper used his vehicle to perform a pit maneuver, bumping the suspect’s vehicle, causing the suspect to spin out and crash into a bystander’s vehicle.

Dailey immediately surrendered following the crash.

Original Story

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A police chase that began in Stillwater continued along multiple metro highways Tuesday afternoon, only to end in a crash in Norman.

Stillwater Police began the chase around 2 p.m. Tuesday.

The chase then took to southbound I-35 where speeds have reached upwards of 120 mph.

Upon reaching Norman, the suspect exited at Flood Avenue.

That’s when the Oklahoma Highway Patrol performed a pit maneuver on the suspect vehicle, causing him to spin and crash into a bystander’s vehicle.

At that point, the suspect exited the vehicle with his hands up and was taken into custody.

No injuries have been reported at this time.

No other information on what started this chase has been given.