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Police chase ends in arrest

LAWTON, Okla._A man was arrested during a police chase on the south side Tuesday, after he tried hiding out in a stranger's home.

Police tried to pull him over for a traffic violation near southwest 19th Street and Jefferson Avenue, but he wouldn't stop. During the low speed chase, police saw him toss something out of the car, which turned out to be a gun. He finally stopped outside a house near 15th Street and New York Avenue, and ran inside to hide. The surprised occupants ran out, and the police went in, finding the man in a closet.

He was arrested for minor traffic violations, eluding police, resisting arrest, and breaking and entering.

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