Deputies arrest driver after pursuit
On 12/19/2019, Wagoner County Deputy B. Rose was operating stationary radar at Okay Fire Department when he observed a vehicle traveling Northbound on Hwy 16 in excess of 100MPH. Deputy Rose attempted to make contact with the driver and he abruptly stopped in the middle of the highway and refused to comply with any commands of the deputy.
Moments later the driver sped off at a high rate of speed. While traveling on the Ft Gibson Dam the driver threw a black 9mm pistol from his vehicle and while doing so failed to make the curve on bridge and crashed into rock wall. The driver then jumped out of car and would not comply with the deputy, resulting in the suspect to Tased.
Upon searching the vehicle deputies found 3 glass meth pipes, 106 grams of crystal meth, $500, a 9mm pistol and magazine. The suspect was not successful in throwing the firearm off the dam and deputies located in on firearm and took possession of it. The suspect, identified as Aguirre Rodriguez, Pablo Geovanni, was taken into custody and transported to the Wagoner County Detention Center.