Male arrested for wild motorcycle chase in Oklahoma MetropolisApril 29, 2022
OKLAHOMA City (KFOR) – Officers say just one guy is dealing with many fees next a wild law enforcement chase on Wednesday morning.
Officials with the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Business office ended up trying to provide a warrant on 28-calendar year-previous Blake McCloskey at a home close to S.W. 23rd and Western Ave.
McCloskey was desired on a failure to surface warrant for remaining in possession of a firearm.
“McCloskey was not household, but neighbors informed our warrants crew he just lately remaining on a motorcycle. As the workforce was speaking with neighbors, McCloskey pulled up on the motorcycle. When he saw our staff, he sped off, operating cease signals and endangering the public seeking to get absent. McCloskey rode the bicycle on the railroad tracks seeking to get away, but crashed when he hit a railroad crossing. He then hid a culvert,” claimed Sheriff Tommie Johnson III. “[Channel] 4 had a helicopter overhead and enable our deputies know particularly the place McCloskey was.”
He tried to cover from police less than a bridge, but was noticed by McIntyre Law Chopper 4.
Officers say McCloskey was taken to a clinic for remedy of insignificant accidents and was booked into the Oklahoma County Detention Centre.
They say he is struggling with an supplemental cost since the bike he was riding was stolen.
McCloskey was arrested on complaints of endangering others though eluding police officers, two counts of getting, possessing, concealing stolen automobile, and carrying or possessing a firearm by a convicted felon.
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