Madison Dickson opted out of a long-term residential drug-treatment program after thirteen month.
Giving the chance to escape her drug troubled youth by a sympathetic judge, 21-year-old Dickson chose not to graduate from the program at the Teen Challenge Freedom House Women’s Center, a residential drug-treatment facility in Checotah, but her friend Three months later she slipped back into her old habits and died in the commission of a crime.
On Saturday a Tulsa police officer mowed down an armed Dickson who popped off a few rounds from her pistol at cops, with his police cruiser during a chase.
The incident unfolded Saturday at around 2:24 p.m. at 89th Street and Harvard Avenue, near Jenks East Elementary School, Tulsa World reported. Three months before police killed her, 21-year-old Madison Dickson was 13-months sober living at a treatment facility in Tulsa.
Dickson was struck and killed by a Tulsa police cruiser during a firefight with officers following a pursuit that came to a tragic end on Saturday afternoon. Her death ended a weeklong manhunt that resulted from her alleged involvement in a series of gun-related crimes in which two people were shot.
Investigators also believe Dickson’s associates, including the man who drove her during the pursuit, had ties to the Irish Mob, though it was unclear whether she was involved with the gang.
Madison Sueann Dickson stayed 13 months sober while in rehab at the at the Teen Challenge Freedom House Women’s Center, a residential drug-treatment facility in Checotah, Okla.
Police in Tulsa, released three videos Thursday from the confrontation Madison Sueann Dickson. About 20 seconds into the video, police can be heard saying, “She’s running!” and then, “Shots fired!”
Five seconds later, 21-year-old Madison Sueann Dickson is seen running down a sidewalk. She appears to be holding a black object in her hand, which police identified as a gun, the paper reported.
Moments later, the police car drove up on the sidewalk and rammed into her, causing her to fall, and go beneath the hood. Only then does the officer, Jonathan Grafton, bring the car to a halt.