Authorities Arrest 3 Accused Of Burglarizing Logan Co. Home, Killing Dog
PIEDMONT, Oklahoma - Three people accused of burglarizing a Logan County home and killing the homeowner’s dog have been arrested, after leading authorities on a chase in a stolen vehicle Wednesday afternoon.
According to the Logan County Sheriff’s office, the suspects, later identified as 25-year-old Rhyan Lee Ingram, 26-year-old Joshua Jared Bailey, and 21-year-old Amanda Nicole Rauh, broke into a home in the 9600 block of Saddle Sore Circle. While inside, one of the suspects shot and killed the homeowner’s 13-year-old dog.
Police said the three then stole multiple items from the home and left. The homeowner passed the suspect vehicle as it was leaving the area and noticed his belongings in the bed of the suspects’ pickup truck. That’s when he called 911.
A Logan County deputy later located the suspect vehicle at Highway 74 and Coffee Creek Road. The suspect vehicle took off, leading the deputy on a chase.
The suspect vehicle eventually crashed near Highway 4 and Wilshire Blvd. One suspect was arrested at the scene, while two others were arrested after a brief search in the area.
The suspect vehicle, a silver Ford F250, was also reported stolen, according to the Sheriff’s office. The firearm the suspect used to kill the homeowner’s dog was thrown out of the vehicle during the chase. The weapon, described as a 9 mm semi-automatic handgun, is believed to be in the Piedmont city limits.
The three suspects are facing charges of second-degree burglary, possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, possession of a stolen vehicle and possession of drug paraphernalia.