Defendant faces drug, eluding and firearm chargesApril 8, 2021 | Courts
NEWKIRK — An attorney status review is set for Jack Garland Travis Lunn, 39, Ponca City, in Kay County District Court.
Lunn was arrested April 7 by a Kay County deputy at 10:34 p.m. at Highway 177 and Denver near Blackwell and then booked in the county jail on a drug charge.
On Sept. 13, 2020, Lunn was arrested by Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper Tyler Langston and later charged with endangering others while eluding, possession of a firearm, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony, DUI, third offense, unlawful possession with intent and five misdemeanor charges. Langston reports in the affidavit that he attempted to pull Lunn over for failure to stop at a stop sign at Ranch Drive and Highland. A pursuit ensued. At one point Langston reportedly pulled up beside Lunn’s vehicle and observed Lunn drinking an alcoholic beverage.
The trooper was able to perform a tactical vehicle intervention on Lunn’s vehicle, causing Lunn to spin outing roll near the intersection of Highland and Airline, where Kay County deputies and Langston placed Lunn in custody after a struggle.
A search of the vehicle revealed a loaded firearm, ammo, marijuana, and meth.
Another case pending against Lunn was filed on Sept. 5, 2019. In that case he is charged with DUI of drugs, third felony, possession of meth and a misdemeanor drug charge.