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Car taken after woman dropped off at hospital

Rachel Keahbone (Source Lawton Police Department) Rachel Keahbone (Source Lawton Police Department)

LAWTON, OK (KSWO) –A Lawton woman told police she had to walk home after the woman she asked to take her to hospital left with her car.

The woman told police that she gave Rachel Keahbone the keys to her car Wednesday evening because she was having breathing problems and needed to go to the hospital. The woman said Keahbone was supposed to wait outside until she was done.

When the woman walked out of the hospital about an hour later, she said her car and Keahbone were nowhere to be found.

The woman walked more than two miles to get home before she called police to report what happened at 10:15 p.m. A call to be on the lookout for the vehicle went out at 10:25 p.m., the car was spotted 25 minutes later.

Police spotted the vehicle traveling southbound on Southwest 11th Street near Southwest 11th Street and ‘F’ Avenue. Keahbone kept driving southbound until she was able to pull into the woman’s driveway a few streets away. Police say Keahbone was being uncooperative and would not follow instructions. They say she finally started to comply until the officer tried to handcuff her.

Keahbone was arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and for driving with a revoked license. The car was returned to its owner.

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