Police arrested three people after a car chase and crash Sunday night on Highway 412 west of Sand Springs.
Kejuan McKinney, Jamauri Montgomery, and a juvenile were arrested after police say they worked together to steal guns from a Sand Springs resident around 9 p.m. at a mobile home park near 209th and Highway 412.
The suspects told police it started as a transaction that ended in them deciding the steal the guns. Police said that when the three suspects drove off, two people involved in the "transaction" chased after them in another vehicle.
The two people chasing the suspects told police they saw someone shooting at them from the car during the chase, but one of the suspects told police they didn't remember anyone shooting from the car.
Reports said the suspects eventually crashed on the side of Highway 412 after being rammed several times by their pursuers.
The three men fled the crash, but were soon found and arrested. Police found the two guns in question in the car.
The two people in the other vehicle were not arrested.
McKinney was arrested on complaints of larceny from a person, improper tag, registration violation, obstruction, insurance/security, and failure to obtain valid Oklahoma drivers license.
Montgomery was arrested on complaints of obstruction, larceny from a person and possession of marijuana.
Three people (including a juvenile) are in custody after a chase and crash on Hwy 412 near Adams in Sand Springs. Police say it stems from some kind of criminal transaction. There were reports of shots fired during the chase but they’re working to confirm that. @NewsOn6 pic.twitter.com/7nap4sqjsZ— Joseph Holloway (@a_cupof_JOE) September 24, 2018