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High speed chase ends when driver runs out of gas in Cotton Co.

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Comanche County, Okla._

A Comanche County man was arrested after a high speed chase started in Lawton and ended in Cotton County. 

Comanche County deputies first spotted Sean Traywick's speeding SUV Tuesday, when it fish tailed as he got onto I-44. The chase started after deputies watched him weave through traffic on icy roads at more than 100 miles an hour.

Deputies said Traywick got off the highway at 11th Street and headed south where he nearly hit a Geronimo police officer head on. Nearly 20 miles into the pursuit, Traywick ran out of gas just south of Logue Chapel Road in Cotton County. Traywick took off running and hid in a ditch, but was soon found. After fighting briefly with officers, Traywick was arrested and said  he ran because he had taken methamphetamine before the chase started.


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