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Cyclist arrested for drugs after running stop signs

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LAWTON, Okla._A man with a warrant out for his arrest, caught the attention of Lawton police after he was seen riding his bike erratically, ignoring stop signs.

Police followed Jose Siaca for a few blocks before stopping him on his bike at southwest 12th Street and "D" Avenue Wednesday afternoon. Police said Siaca ignored at least two stop signs and was swerving around and was unable to stay in his lane of traffic. Police recovered an eight-inch knife along with 0.4 grams of meth and a loaded syringe.

Siaca had an outstanding warrant for another incident in which police found a knife over six inches on him and drug paraphernalia.

 

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