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Monday morning, August 10, 2020, Atoka Police Officer Taylor Wood observed a black Chevrolet Monte Carlo driven by Jamie Laray Standridge, 49, of Atoka, who was known to have an active warrant in Atoka County.
Officer Wood activated his emergency lights to conduct a traffic stop. Standridge continued driving, turning onto West A Street. The officer activated his audible siren and saw Standridge look in the rear view mirror at the unit.
The pursuit continued onto North California Avenue where Standridge failed to yeild to the stop sign at the Sandy Creek Road intersection. Officer Chase Franklin arrived to assist and took over communication with Dispatch.
Assistant Chief Mark Rains was able to stop Standridge at the intersection of Sandy Creek Road and Rose Avenue.
Standridge advised Rains that she was trying to take her son, Tucker Standridge, to the emergency room due him being dizzy and losing conciousness.
Assistant Chief Rains informed Standridge to continue on to the hospital, and the officers would follow her there.
After reaching the hospital, and some dispute, Tucker Standridge was placed in a wheel chair by Officer Franklin and wheeled into the ER where he refused medical treatment.
Tucker Standridge was taken into custody for his felony warrants in Atoka County.
While speaking to Standridge, Officer Wood advised her she was under arrest for her warrant. She was cited for no insurance and an expired tag.
Standridge is charged with attempting to elude a police officer (misdemeanor).