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3 suspects arrested after allegedly killing dog during burglary, leading officers on high-speed chase

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LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – Three suspects are behind bars after allegedly killing a dog during a burglary and leading officers on a high-speed chase.

On Wednesday, three suspects allegedly kicked in the door of a home in the 9600 block of Saddle Sore Circle in Logan County.

Once the suspects entered the home, they shot and killed the home owner’s 13-year-old dog, Logan County officials stated in a media release.

After allegedly loading up a Ford F-250 truck with items from the home, the suspects left the residence.

The homeowner was driving down the road as the suspects were leaving and saw some of his belongings in the back of the pickup truck.

That is when the homeowner called 911.

When officers caught up with the suspects, they refused to pull over the truck, officials say.

That is when authorities say the suspects led officers on a high-speed chase.

The vehicle eventually crashed near Highway 4 and Wilshire Blvd.

The three suspects, later identified as 25-year-old Rhyan Lee Ingram, 26-year-old Joshua Jared Bailey and 21-year-old Amanda Nicole Raugh, were taken into custody for the burglary.

Taken into custody were Rhyan Lee Ingram (w/m, 5-1-91) (driver of the vehicle), Joshua Jared Bailey (w/m, 5-2-90), and Amanda Nicole Rauh (10-10-94). Logan County Sheriff's Office

Taken into custody were Rhyan Lee Ingram (w/m, 5-1-91) (driver of the vehicle), Joshua Jared Bailey (w/m, 5-2-90), and Amanda Nicole Rauh (10-10-94). Logan County Sheriff’s Office

Authorities later determined the Ford F-250 truck was also stolen.