Tulsa Man Leads Po­lice On Chase

Washington County Enterprise-Leader - - NEWS - By Lynn Kutter

A Tulsa, Okla., man is fac­ing mul­ti­ple felony charges af­ter he led Prairie Grove po­lice on a car chase on U.S. 62 High­way that ended just past the Farm­ing­ton city lim­its in a Fayetteville res­i­den­tial sub­di­vi­sion.

Cody Ha­ley, 26, was ar­rested by Prairie Grove po­lice Feb. 21 in con­nec­tion with pos­ses­sion of a con­trolled sub­stance, pos­ses­sion of drug para­pher­na­lia, reck­less driv­ing, driv­ing on sus­pended or re­voked li­cense, no proof of in­sur­ance, fic­ti­tious ve­hi­cle li­cense, speed­ing, one or no head­lights and on a hold for a war­rant out of Ben­ton


Of­fi­cer Warner Burgess was go­ing to pull over Ha­ley near Lit­tle Elm Road and High­way 62 just af­ter mid­night, Feb. 21, be­cause of an ap­par­ent bro­ken tail­light, ac­cord­ing to Lt. Tim Stan­difer with Prairie Grove po­lice. Ha­ley took off in his black pickup truck, con­tin­ued on Lit­tle Elm Road, turned onto Bethel Black­top and even­tu­ally headed to­ward Farm­ing­ton on U.S. 62.

Stan­difer said Ha­ley drove into the neigh­bor­hood at Camel­lia Lane in Fayetteville, just off Martin Luther King Blvd., strik­ing and dam­ag­ing sev­eral mail­boxes, be­fore his ve­hi­cle came to a stop and he was ar­rested by po­lice.

Stan­difer said po­lice sus­pect that Ha­ley fled the of­fi­cer be­cause of the out­stand­ing war­rant and be­cause of the items in his ve­hi­cle.

Farm­ing­ton and Fayetteville po­lice de­part­ments also as­sisted in the pur­suit.


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