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Traffic stop ends in short police chase

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Lawton,Okla_A traffic stop turned into a short police pursuit and foot chase in Lawton this evening, at one point the suspect was on someone's roof.  Police say 34 year-old  Reggie McMillion was driving northbound on Sheridan when he ran a stop light at the Gore intersection.


An officer tried to pull him over in front of Ross, but McMillion wouldn't stop. Instead, he turned left on Bell into the neighborhood, made another left onto 24th, then headed onto 25th. That's when he jumped out of his vehicle and climbed onto the roof of a house. 

Officers and K-9 unit's found him hiding behind a trash can. McMillion is being charged with attempting to elude an officer and failure to obey a traffic signal.

 

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