Oklahoma City police have released more information about the March 4 officer-involved fatal shooting that occurred after a high speed chase in southeast Oklahoma City. Police Captain Paco Balderrama says a highway patrol trooper initially tried to pull over 38-year-old George Lee Seeton for a broken tag light but Seeton would not stop. Seeton led police on what Captain Balderrama says was a dangerous pursuit. Balderrama says Seeton was driving dangerously, at speeds reaching 100 miles per hour. Seeton finally drove into the front yard of a house at SE 32nd and Kelly. Two officers got out of their vehicles to apprehend Seeton, who put his truck into reverse and allegedly headed in the direction of the officers who opened fire and Seeton was killed. It turns out the truck that Seeton was driving was stolen.
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