Pictures have been fired at an Edmond police officer throughout a chase early Tuesday, and the complete incident was caught on digital camera. In response to Edmond police, they received a 911 name from a neighbor who noticed 4 individuals making an attempt to interrupt into her automotive on the Espresso Creek Residences. “They left the Espresso Creek Residences. Headed towards Fretz Avenue in somewhat gray field automotive,” the sufferer mentioned on the 911 name. A Kia Soul was seen rushing down the Broadway Extension round 3:15 a.m. with Edmond police sizzling on their tail.Two makes an attempt at a pit maneuver failed. The police backed off when somebody rolled down the window of the suspects’ car and started firing photographs on the officer. “The suspects shot at us. No person was hit,” mentioned Emily Ward with Edmond police.The high-speed chase continued down Broadway, by a neighborhood road and down Jap Boulevard, ending at a salt barn close to Boulevard and the Turnpike. Edmond police launched officers’ sprint digital camera and body-worn digital camera footage. A passenger may be seen on video getting out of the automotive and dropping a weapon. The car rolled and crashed right into a fence when two extra individuals ran off. Police later caught all 4, ages 16 to 20. They are going to be charged as adults and face numerous felony expenses together with capturing with intent to kill and possession of a stolen car.

Pictures have been fired at an Edmond police officer throughout a chase early Tuesday, and the complete incident was caught on digital camera.

In response to Edmond police, they received a 911 name from a neighbor who noticed 4 individuals making an attempt to interrupt into her automotive on the Espresso Creek Residences.

“They left the Espresso Creek Residences. Headed towards Fretz Avenue in somewhat gray field automotive,” the sufferer mentioned on the 911 name.

A Kia Soul was seen rushing down the Broadway Extension round 3:15 a.m. with Edmond police sizzling on their tail.

Two makes an attempt at a pit maneuver failed. The police backed off when somebody rolled down the window of the suspects’ car and started firing photographs on the officer.

“The suspects shot at us. No person was hit,” mentioned Emily Ward with Edmond police.

The high-speed chase continued down Broadway, by a neighborhood road and down Jap Boulevard, ending at a salt barn close to Boulevard and the Turnpike.

Edmond police launched officers’ sprint digital camera and body-worn digital camera footage. A passenger may be seen on video getting out of the automotive and dropping a weapon.

The car rolled and crashed right into a fence when two extra individuals ran off.

Police later caught all 4, ages 16 to 20. They are going to be charged as adults and face numerous felony expenses together with capturing with intent to kill and possession of a stolen car.

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