A man was arrested after allegedly crashing through the gate of a Tulsa police station, stealing a police cruiser and ramming it into several vehicles in the parking lot early Tuesday.

The man, later identified as Isaiah Manuel Tiger, 19, drove a 1994 Buick through the east gate of the Gilcrease Division station, 3436 N. Delaware Ave., about 1 a.m., according to police.

The car circled the parking lot before ramming into a police SUV parked on the north side of the building.

Tiger then reportedly broke out his driver’s side window and climbed out of the Buick. He walked around the parking lot and “managed to gain access to a marked police unit” and began driving it around the lot, according to a police report.

The suspect crashed the cruiser into the rear end of his own car, police said. He then put it in reverse and drove it into a second police vehicle.

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