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Oklahoma County Deputies Arrest Three in High Speed Pursuit
A high speed chase through rush hour traffic ended with three people in custody Friday afternoon.
Oklahoma County Deputies started the chase around 5 p.m. near Britton and Luther Road after they were told the occupants of a white Chevrolet Tahoe were seen burglarizing a home in 11000 Block of N. Dobbs.
The Tahoe reached speeds of over 110 miles an hour during the chase. At one point deputies called off the pursuit due to its danger.
The pursuit was picked back up in Del City where the vehicle was eventually stopped near Sunnylane Rd. and Reno Ave.
The three arrested were Wesley Kidder, 24, Bethany Hightower, 24, and 23-year-old Curtis Spencer. The three face a list of charges including burglary and eluding police.
Posted: Friday, January 25 2013, 10:16 PM CST
IN OKLAHOMA NEWS
Moore post office service increases; streets open
May 24, 2013 17:29 GMT
MOORE, Okla. (AP) -- Public agencies in Moore have opened streets to residents and resumed mail delivery to as many addresses as possible.
At a news conference Friday, police said residents in the hardest-hit areas can go back into their neighborhoods without having to deal with police checkpoints. Some road closures may still occur as utility crews work to restore service.
Moore's postmaster said 85 percent of mail delivered from the Moore station is being delivered, and that mail deliveries from the Santa Fe station are up to 95 percent.
For those whose mail is not being delivered, those with ZIP codes 73153 and 73160 can pick up mail at the Airport Finance unit on Air Cargo Road.
Those in ZIP code 73170 can go to the Santa Fe station for their mail.
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