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Video: Pantsless Man Captured After Okla. Manhunt

October 01, 2013  | 

VIDEO: Pantsless Man Captured After Okla. Manhunt

Oklahoma County Sheriff's deputies arrested a suspect who broke into a home wearing only boxer briefs after he attempted to elude deputies during a manhunt on Monday.

Brian Neena, 27, eventually surrendered in a northern Oklahoma City neighborhood after sheriff's K-9 officers tracked him to a home in the 16000 block of Crest Valley.

The manhunt had begun earlier in the day, when Neena nearly struck a deputy while pulling out of a Home Depot parking lot around noon. He took off and eventually ditched his white Chevy. Neena ducked into a wooded area and creek to hide from searchers.

After losing his pants, Neena broke into a home and opened a beer. Deputies caught up up with him and placed him under arrest. Neena told a KFOR camera crew, "Don't do drugs kids. Do not do drugs. Oxy, meth, the worst things in the whole wide world. They make people do really dumb things. Take it from somebody who knows."


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Capt. Crunch @ 10/2/2013 11:45 AM

You gotta give this suspect credit for making a speech to the kids about drugs.

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