Authorities say two men who crashed a car after an Oklahoma City chase are suspected in a stabbing death in Ohio.
Oklahoma troopers began following the car the suspects were driving when their cellphones revealed their location. Driver Joshua Hohn and passenger Phillip Hohn-Tucker fled authorities reaching speeds of 100 mph as they threw evidence from the car window.
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Hohn eventually lost control of the car, a moment captured on video by News 9. Hohn was taken to a hospital and Hohn-Tucker was taken into custody.
Troopers said detectives from Ohio will be coming to Oklahoma to aid in the investigation as authorities here continue to search for evidence.
"We're still trying to determine whether they threw a weapon out of the vehicle. They did, there was something thrown from the vehicle, not sure whether it was a weapon or what," said Capt. Paul Timmons with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
Police in Ohio say the men have connections to Oklahoma and several other southwest states. Investigators are still searching for another person of interest connected to the stabbing.