UPDATE: All suspects detained after high-speed chase that ended near Ashton
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There were only three people in the vehicle, and all three have been taken into custody, deputies say.
“We would like to thank the public for their support during the investigative process,” according to a Fremont County Sheriff’s Office news release.
Three suspects involved in a police pursuit have been found, according to Fremont County Sheriff Len Humphries. They were injured when their vehicle crashed and have been taken to the hospital for medical treatment. Once they are cleared, they will be booked into jail.
Police continue to look for one suspect who is still on the run.
EastIdahoNews.com will update this story when we learn new information.
ASHTON — Police are searching for two suspects who led officers on a high-speed chase early Wednesday morning.
The pursuit began in Montana before 5 a.m. The suspects drove into Idaho on US Highway 20 and Fremont County Sheriff deputies deployed spike strips north of Ashton, according to authorities.
The strips caused the suspects to crash and they took off running. Multiple law enforcement agencies, including the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office, Idaho State Police and West Yellowstone Police, are in the area looking for the suspects.
Highway 20 remains open but drivers may notice a significant police presence.
EastIdahoNews.com will update this story as we learn more.