Burglary, dog killed, high-speed chase with deputies leads to three arrests in Logan County

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LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. - A rural neighborhood in Cashion turned crime scene Wednesday afternoon.

Three suspects allegedly kicked in the door of a home in the 9600 block of Saddle Sore Circle.

"They kicked the door into a home where they were met by a 13-year-old dog inside the home," said SGt. Greg Valencia with the Logan County Sheriff's office.

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.

"The homeowner actually drove by their vehicle as they were leaving and recognized several pieces of property in the back of the truck that belonged to him," Valencia said.

The accused thieves used a stolen F-250 truck to haul off tools and other renovation equipment.

The panicked homeowner quickly called 911.

"They just loaded up everything that was in my garage. I can't believe this," the homeowner said.

In the moments after that call for help, a deputy spotted the suspects near Highway 74 and Coffee Creek Road in Oklahoma City.

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

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

"The firearm was thrown out of the vehicle we believe somewhere in the Piedmont city limits, and we're unable to locate that firearm," Valencia said.

Finally, the suspects crashed near Wilshire and Highway 4.

The driver was taken into custody, and the passengers made a run for it, but they didn't get far.

25-year-old Rhyan Lee Ingram, 26-year-old Joshua Jared Bailey and 21-year-old Amanda Nicole Raugh were arrested and booked into jail.

"I would say they were certainly prepared to handle anything if they felt it necessary to do so. I mean, they did bring a gun to the burglary."

The homeowner got his property returned, but his 4-legged family member is lost forever.

The suspects face charges of burglary, possession of a firearm, animal cruelty and having a stolen vehicle.

Deputies also found drug paraphernalia inside the suspects' vehicle.