Video: High-Speed Police Chase in Oklahoma Ends in Crash

Jack Phillips

A high-speed police chase in Oklahoma City ended in a crash, leaving at least one person critically injured.

The suspect reportedly stole a vehicle before trying to elude police. Then, the suspect crashed into a power pole, according to video footage of the incident. After crashing into the pole, the car can be seen hitting a fence and landing in a field.

The vehicle was stolen from Ohio, News9 reported.

A passenger managed to get out of the vehicle and tried to help the driver as officers approached the vehicle.

Paramedics rushed the driver and the passenger a nearby hospital, News9 reported.

The two in the stolen car were identified as suspects who were linked to a homicide in Elyria, Ohio, Oklahoma Highway Patrol officers told the local news outlet.

A robbery warrant was sent out for 21-year-old Phillip Hohn-Tucker. A murder warrant was issued for 19-year-old Joshua Phillip Alexander Hohn, the report said.

Detectives are also searching for Gloria Louise Watton, 18. She is considered a person of interest in the case, News9 reported

In the incident, Barry Spreng Jr., 38, was found with stab wounds at Windsor Elementary School on the morning of Sept. 5, reported The Chronicle in Elyria. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
In the crash, speeds reached up to 130 mph on the interstate and around 100 mph on the rural roadways, News9 reported.

Other details in the case were not provided by officials.

It’s not clear why the suspects were in Oklahoma City.

Authorities also have not said which suspect was injured in the accident. Their condition was also not revealed, News5 in Cleveland reported.
Jack Phillips is a breaking news reporter with 15 years experience who started as a local New York City reporter. Having joined The Epoch Times' news team in 2009, Jack was born and raised near Modesto in California's Central Valley. Follow him on X:
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