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Brothers try to elude police with their identities

LAWTON, Okla._Two brothers were arrested early Friday morning after lying to Lawton Police about their identities.

After leading officers on a short chase on Cache, Paul Tijani finally pulled over and told police his name was Peter.  

But officers noticed a passenger in the car that looked very similar to the driver. When they asked the passenger if they were related, he said no.  

But police say the two looked so similar they had a hard time telling them apart.

Officers later determined that Peter Tijani wasn't the driver, but that passenger. The two ended up being brothers, and after finally determining who was who, both Peter and Paul were arrested for resisting a police officer. Paul, the driver, is also facing charges of eluding police and an expired license.

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