VIDEO: Cuffed Suspect Steals Cruiser
Tulsa police are left wondering just what happenedBy Calibre Press | Oct 26, 2018
The March 30, 2018, incident began after police placed 36-year-old Angie Frost into handcuffs while driving a stolen vehicle, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
Police put Frost in the passenger seat of a cruiser, as it did not have a rear cage. While police discussed the case outside, Frost slipped her cuffs inside. As she begins to make noise, one officer asks, “What is she doing?”
A second officer responds, “Trying to steal your car.”
Then, Frost takes off in the Tulsa Police car at full speed. Numerous units converge on Frost, who drives to her apartment complex and bails out of the car. The cruiser slowly rolls into a parked car with no damage.
After a very short search, Police locate Frost and place her into custody. According to News on 6, “Frost is already in prison. Court records show Frost pleaded guilty to four counts in May and a judge sentenced her to three years in prison.”
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