Oklahoma man leads authorities on pursuit, found hours later hiding in cow manure
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An Oklahoma man was arrested after leading authorities on a pursuit that ended with him hiding in cow manure for hours.
Police in Nowata County, Oklahoma say 23-year-old Wolf October Berry initially fled from officers who were attempting to make a traffic stop for not wearing a seatbelt,” KOKI-TV reported.
Berry sped away from officers and drove down a county road before crashing and continuing to flee on foot.
Authorities say Berry was located later that day after hiding in cow manure for several hours.
( Nowata County Sheriff’s Office)
Berry has been charged with eluding police, running a roadblock, possession of stolen property over $1,000, and possession of a firearm in commission of a felony, according to deputies.
A loaded 9MM semi-automatic pistol was found in Berry’s truck along with stolen property he allegedly acquired by burglarizing two nearby properties.
Downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma
Berry’s bond has been set at $25,000 by a Cherokee Nation Tribal Judge.
Nowata County is located roughly 50 miles north of Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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