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Tale of Two Mugshots; Man Arrested Twice In 12 Hours

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It's the tale of two mugshots.

A man looks quite different after being arrested twice just 12 hours apart.

Cameron Hausner, 20, was picked up by police Sunday accused of shoplifting and obstructing officers.

After bonding out for that crime, Hausner was arrested again Monday morning. This time, he's sporting a black eyes and bruises in his mugshot.

He was arrested the second time after police say he tried to break into a convenience store at 81st and Harvard.

Police say they spotted him driving his truck out of the parking lot as they arrived on the scene. He allegedly led them on a high speed chase reaching 100 miles an hour.

According to the police report, he tried to ram an trooper's patrol car before it all ended in north Tulsa at 36th Street North and Osage Drive.

He had to be wrestled to the ground, the report states.

He allegedly told police he ran because he did not want to go to prison. In the report, he stated he was on a suspended sentence and was only trying to break into the gas station to get a Red Bull.

He was booked into jail on charges of 2nd degree burglary, felony eluding, and resisting arrest.

Hausner was still in the Tulsa County jail as of Wednesday morning, according to jail booking records.

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