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High speed chase ends in arrest

High speed chase ends in arrest

On Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020, around 3:30 p.m. the Creek County Sheriff's Department was dispatched to the residence located at 27678 Sixth 545th West Ave in response to a burglary in progress. When the officer arrived, he made contact with the victim, identified as Tanner Hulsey. Hulsey reportedly told the officer that Chad Hudgins, of Depew, had shown up at the residence and kicked in the front door. According to the incident report, Hulsey said that Hudgins entered the residence and began threatening Hulsey with a firearm. The report also states that Hudgins had allegedly taken two 12 inch sub woofers before leaving the residence in a white Chevy Avalanche. The officer began searching the area for the vehicle. The officer and other deputies located the vehicle turning off Hwy 66 near Hudgins residence. Hudgins was identified as the driver of the vehicle so officers tried to initiate a stop. The vehicle sped off reaching speeds of 85 mph. Stop sticks were deployed but failed. The report states that during the chase, Hudgins was driving erratically and had no regard for public safety. Hudgins struck a vehicle at 521st West Ave and Hwy 99, then a few minutes later lost control of his vehicle, hitting another vehicle at 21st Street and Hwy 99 before crashing into a tree. Hudgins had two passengers in his car, Jon Cullum, of Stroud, and Brianna Smith, of Bristow.

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This fire

Saturday, located south of Depew on 261st Street, burned acreage as the firefighters tried to put it out. Fire departments from Stroud, Milfay, Shamrock, Depew, Bristow, Kellyville, Keifer and Creek County Emergency Management, along with the Red Cross responded.

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