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Loud music turns into police chase, arrest

LAWTON, Okla._Lawton police arrested a man after a simple traffic stop led to a prolonged chase.

Police pulled over 24-year-old Brandon Rosado just before 4:30 a.m. Sunday for loud music. Police say Rosado sped away from the officer when he was asked to show his license. They say he drove recklessly, speeding through stop signs and running a traffic light.

Rosado then stopped just south of Mattie Beal Park after hitting a police captain’s patrol unit. The vehicle sustained damage to the front quarter panel, no one was injured.

After running into the patrol car, Rosado and one of the passengers left their vehicle and ran off. Police say they found Rosado behind a house on the 900 block of Southwest I Avenue and placed him under arrest.

Officers found a metal marijuana pipe on Rosado. They also found two glass pipes and 2.3 grams of meth in his car. Rosado was charged with eluding and resisting a police officer, driving under suspension, possession of paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine. The two passengers were checked for warrants and released.

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