A recently released video shows the moment when two children were rescued at a gas station by police after being suspected of having hijacked their car in Oklahoma last month.
The Tulsa Police Department announced in a Facebook post that the incident occurred on January 11, when police received a call about a stolen vehicle that allegedly had two children in the area. inside.
A woman later told the police that her two children, aged four and five, were in the car while she was in the shop and that she did not see him. who took the car.
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The police then found a vehicle matching the description and confirmed that he had been robbed by his number, the police said.
When the suspect stopped at a service station, agents intervened and triggered a traffic control. When the police have arrested the suspect, the children can be seen on a bodycamera video taken from the vehicle.
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The suspect, Jarrod Gilliam, was sentenced to two counts of kidnapping and stealing a motor vehicle after the previous conviction, and theft of a vehicle.
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The mother told the police that she did not know Gilliam and that he had no connection with her or her children, FOX23 reported.