Kami Walton

Kami Walton, 37, was booked into the Rogers County Jail late Saturday.

After leading deputies and police officers on a high-speed chase through the center of Claremore, Kami Walton, 37, was arrested on seven counts, including DUI and assault.

According to Rogers County Sheriff’s Office reports, Deputy Keenan Marcotte was traveling north bound on Highway 88 Saturday night when he observed Walton’s vehicle cross the center median and drive north bound in the south bound lane.

Marcotte initiated his emergency lights and followed the vehicle to where it had stopped at the intersection Highway 88 and Lynn Riggs Boulevard.

As deputies approached the vehicle, it sped off, east on Lynn Riggs Boulevard. The vehicle stopped again at the intersection of Lynn Riggs and Patty Page then took of, continuing eastbound.

The vehicle turned west on Blue Starr Drive, where Claremore PD joined the pursuit.

While traveling on Blue Starr the vehicle hit its brakes several times, attempting to get deputies to hit it, reports say.

The vehicle turned onto a dead-end road and stopped in a driveway. As deputies and officers approached the vehicle, it went into reverse hitting Deputy Woods’ patrol vehicle, causing damage.

Walton accelerated into a field and turned around back onto the driveway, where she allegedly struck Claremore Officer Nate Reed’s patrol vehicle before driving off to continue the pursuit.

The vehicle went west bound on Blue Starr, turning north on Chambers, then west on 14th place. The vehicle pulled into a driveway and the driver, Walton, took off running.

Deputies and officers were able to get Walton into custody without incident.

She was transported to Claremore Hillcrest Hospital to determine if she was fit for confinement and was booked into the Rogers County Jail.

Walton was arrested on two counts of assault and battery with a deadly weapon, one count of driving under the influence of drugs, one count of eluding officers and endangering others, one count of driving left of center, one count of running a road block and one count of resisting arrest.

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