Ponca City Man Causes OHP Pursuit, ‘Tactical Intervention’

Mike Seals - September 13, 2020 10:33 pm

The Oklahoma Highway Patrol have issued a release indicating that one of the OHP patrol vehicles was in a collision Sunday evening at approximately 5:50 p.m. on West Highland while pursuing a Ponca City man eastbound at Airline Drive.

According to the report, a 1995 Toyota T100 Pick Up driven by Jack Lunn, age 38 of Ponca City, was not stopping for OHP Trooper Tyler Langston, forcing Trooper Langston to initiate a ‘Tactical Vehicle Intervention’ to force the Toyota to stop.

Lunn was transported by Ponca City EMS to the Alliance Ponca City Emergency Room, and was treated and released into Trooper Langston’s custody.

Trooper Langston was not injured in the incident.

The report also indicates that Lunn’s driving ability was impaired due to alcohol.

(Photo Courtesy of Beverly Cantrell)


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