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Amarillo Police Arrest Shaman Lee Cooper After He Crashes Stolen Vehicle

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29-year-old Shaman Lee Cooper crashed a white pickup into the fence of a house in the 2000 block of south Bonham of Friday.

An off duty Amarillo Police office witnessed the pickup leave the road and crash into the fence.  The driver was attempting to leave the scene with the officer made contact with him.

Cooper was anxious and could not provide a driver’s license and was unable to explain his connection with the owner of the vehicle.  The officer suspected the vehicle to be stolen and took Cooper into custody.

Further investigation revealed to truck to be stolen on February 12th. APD also discovered Cooper was wanted out of Gray County on a warrant for theft over $100,000.

Cooper was booked into Potter County for the warrant and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

For more information see this source article.

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