Three subjects are still at large following a high-speed pursuit of a stolen vehicle in Rogers County.
Rogers County Sheriff’s Office says deputies responded to River Ranch Drive for a suspicious vehicle that was later determined to be a stolen vehicle from Bixby.
“Deputy Longhorn observed five male subjects walking down the road from the area. Upon initiating contact, the subjects ran,” according to RCSO records. “It was believed they were the ones that were in the stole vehicle that was stuck in a yard.”
Records show other deputies were notified and joined in the search.
“A while later, a reporting party called in and reported an SUV sitting in a driveway across the street from her house with the lights on. All deputies responded to the location and, upon arrival, the SUV sped off and a pursuit was initiated,” according to RCSO records. “Upon the first contact with the SUV, the driver rammed two patrol units causing damage in an attempt to escape.”
Deputies said the pursuit went for approximately 12 miles and reached speeds of 95-miles per hour.
“The pursuit ended at old Highway 88 and 435 road where the driver lost control and crashed in a field,” the deputy reported, adding that the driver drove with their headlights off during the entire pursuit. “After crashing out, the driver exited the passenger side and ran on foot.”
The individual was ultimately apprehended, and a short time later a second individual was apprehended, according to RCSO records.
“There are still three subjects that have not been caught at this time,” according to RCSO.