Update: Watch alleged suspect taken down after leading officers on high-speed chase

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UPDATED 11/26/14 

OKLAHOMA CITY -  Three people are in jail after a high-speed chase and a bomb scare in southwest Oklahoma City.

The chase started around 5:00 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.

According to scanner traffic, the suspect, Maria Moore, was driving a red Toyota Corolla with a paper tag.

Officials say the pursuit went through several city streets before the car pulled over and Moore ran from the vehicle.

Police say Wayne Kalbaugh got behind the wheel and kept driving.

20 minutes after the chase started Kalbaugh came to a dead-end near southwest 74th and Sara Road, which is near a military facility.

Bob Moore Chopper 4 captured video of the male suspect getting out of the car and taking off on foot.

He was tackled by military members and police officers.

Police say Kalbaugh is a wanted felon.

Officers say they found a grenade when they searched the vehicle after the chase.

Officials say the grenade was hollowed out and not live.

Kalbaugh, Moore, and another passenger, Victoria Kalbaugh, were all arrested.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.


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