Two arrested in shooting, high-speed chase
OKLAHOMA CITY — Authorities have two suspects in custody after a high-speed chase Tuesday afternoon.
Oklahoma City Police arrested Jason Annesley and Chad Moudy after a high-speed chase and a drive-by shooting.
The pursuit started near N.W. 10th St. and Rockwell Ave. Tuesday afternoon when officers tried to pull over a white, four-door Cadillac.
Police said it matched the description of a vehicle involved in a shooting earlier in the day.
They said Annesley took off and refused to stop.
The pursuit passed at least one school where the suspect came close to hitting what looked to be a crossing guard.
The chase ended in a neighborhood near 39th and Meridian.
Both suspects were taken into custody and booked into the county jail.
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