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Authorities Arrest 'Armed And Dangerous' Seminole Co. Suspects

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Joshua Ray Hudson mug shot. Joshua Ray Hudson mug shot.
SEMINOLE COUNTY, Oklahoma -

Law enforcement officers have captured two suspects considered "armed and dangerous" after they led sheriff's deputies on a chase in Seminole County on Sunday. 

According to the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office, the pursuit started at 10:15 p.m. Sunday when a Sac and Fox officer spotted the suspects' vehicle driving 100 mph on Highway 117 in Pott. County.

Police identified one of the suspects as 23-year-old Joshua Ray Hudson of Oklahoma City. The other suspect, according to police, is a 15-year-old female. Her identity has not been released due to her age.

Officers found Hudson and the teen girl trying to hide out near an oil field about three miles from where the suspects ditched their vehicle.   

During the pursuit, someone in the suspects' vehicle fired shots at the Sac and Fox officer, shattering his windshield. He was not injured. Multiple law enforcement agencies were called in for back up. The suspects fired shots at law enforcement vehicles during the chase. At one point, authorities said the suspect vehicle nearly hit three motorcycles at a stop sign.

Another law enforcement vehicle was hit by the suspect's gunfire. The Sheriff said he didn't know what department it was, but that person was also not injured.

The chase ended in Seminole County. Stop sticks were used to blow the tires out of their car. That's when the suspects fired more shots and bailed into a wooded area about 10 miles east of Seminole.

Both Hudson and the teen girl were booked on one count each of shooting with intent to kill. Hudson's bond was set at $500,000.

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