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Two arrested after police chase

LAWTON, Okla._Two people involved in a police chase in Lawton overnight are now facing felony charges.

Officers tell say it started a little after midnight near Gore Boulevard and southwest 27th Street when Alex Torres and Crystal Dunning-Revels took off when officers tried to pull them over. During the chase, the suspects began throwing things out of the windows including meth and other drugs and what was later determined to be a stolen gun. Police were finally able to stop the car near the intersection of Gore Boulevard and 38th Street.

Both suspects were arrested and are now facing multiple charges including trafficking in illegal drugs and receiving stolen property.


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