High-speed police chase ends in crash in southwest Oklahoma City; suspects wanted for murder in Ohio

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A high-speed police chase has ended in a crash in the southwest side.

The crash happened just before 11:30 a.m. on Thursday near SW 44th Street and S Cimarron Road.

The passenger was taken into police custody, while the driver appeared to be trapped in the car. The two men were then taken to a hospital.

Officials said the men are murder suspects from Ohio.

Joshua Hohn and Phillip Hohn-Tucker had arrest warrants in Ohio for the murder of Barry Allen Spreng Jr.

Elyria police released a description of the vehicle and tag number. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol found the car, and that’s when the chase ensued.

No other details, including the suspects’ conditions, have been released at this time.

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