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Undersheriff: Suspects shot at officers in Oklahoma chase

CROMWELL, Okla. (AP) _ Officials say two suspects who allegedly fired on authorities during a high-speed chase that began in Pottawatomie County have been captured in a wooded area in neighboring Seminole County.

Pottawatomie County Undersheriff J.T. Palmer said Monday the suspects, identified as Joshua Hudson and a 15-year-old girl whose name was not released, were captured one mile south of Cromwell in a densely wooded area. Hudson's age was not immediately available.

Palmer says the suspects were covered with ticks and chiggers when they were apprehend but were otherwise unharmed. He says no officers were injured during the pursuit.

Palmer says the suspects will be booked with shooting with intent to kill. More than a dozen shots were fired at officers who chased the suspects.

Palmer says bond is set at $500,000 each.


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