Deputies arrest standoff suspect in Tulsa County


    Jeremy Allison is facing multiple charges, including a hit and run, reckless use of a firearm and driving under the influence. (Courtesy of Tulsa County Jail)

    The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office responded to a shots fired call Friday morning on 126th Street North near Highway 169.

    Deputies said there was an argument at a nearby bar on Garnett around 2 a.m. The victim got into his car and left, but 33-year-old Jeremy Allison got into his car and followed the other man.

    According to TCSO, Allison rammed the victim's vehicle then got out of his car with an "AR-15-style rifle" and fired a round.

    Allison ran into the darkness and deputies said they were searching for him.

    "Bad guy in the dark with a rifle, it's a very dangerous situation," said TCSO. "We weren't sure where he was at, all we know is that everybody said he had a rifle."

    With the help of Owasso police, Collinsville police and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, they found him inside someone's home.

    Allison came out with his hands up, but didn't tell deputies where he had stowed the rifle.

    Officials found a pistol and several magazines inside his car.

    No one was injured.

    Deputies said Allison was drunk.

    He was arrested and booked into the Tulsa County Jail. Allison is facing multiple charges, including a hit and run, reckless use of a firearm and driving under the influence.

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