What started out as a traffic stop Monday evening ended in a Tuesday morning arrest in Henryetta.chase arrest 2
According to police chief Steve Norman, officers stopped a vehicle just north of town and the driver allegedly sped off in what would be a high speed chase.
“One of our officers damaged his car during the pursuit,” Norman said. The suspect ditched his vehicle near County Road 200 and Sharp Road. “We set up a perimeter and used our K9 officer to track him.” The dog crossed several roads but eventually lost the scent. Norman said the suspect’s wallet was found in the abandoned vehicle.
Tuesday morning, officers responded to several tips before making an arrest on West Cummings shortly before noon.
Officers forced their way into the house taking Randall Millikan into custody following a brief struggle.
“He has felony warrants from McIntosh County and the City of Henryetta and we are checking on warrants out of California,” Norman added.