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UPDATE: Woman identified in stolen car chase

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LAWTON Okla_ Lawton police have identified the woman who led them on a brief high-speed chase down Rogers Lane early Thursday morning.

Police said 19-year-old LeKisha Monroe stole a car from outside a residence near the 2500 block of NW 19th Street. The victim said he had left his car running and went inside for a moment, and it was gone when he came back outside.

A police officer noticed Monroe about 30 minutes later near 38th Street and Rogers Lane. When the officer tried to stop the vehicle, she took off, leading the officer on a brief chase that reached speeds of up to 110 MPH.

Monroe exited at Ft. Sill Blvd and Rogers Lane south onto Ft. Sill Blvd. The vehicle struck the curb and barrier and became disabled.  Monroe jumped from the vehicle and ran.  A short foot pursuit ensued until she was apprehended by officers.

Monroe was arrested for Possession of Stolen Vehicle, Attempting to Elude, Reckless Driving and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

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