Last October 6, 2016 at Logan Count, Oklahoma, three suspects are behind bars after allegedly killing a dog during a burglary and leading officers on a high-speed chase.
On Wednesday, three suspects allegedly kicked in the door of a home in the 9600 block of Saddle Sore Circle in Logan County. Once the suspects entered the home, they shot and killed the home owner’s 13-year-old dog, Logan County officials stated in a media release.
The three suspects, later identified as 25-year-old Rhyan Lee Ingram, 26-year-old Joshua Jared Bailey and 21-year-old Amanda Nicole Raugh, were taken into custody for the burglary.
You many read the news about this horrible incident in an article from news9.com:
OKLAHOMA CITY – Three people are under arrest after police say they broke into a home, burglarized it and killed a family dog before leading deputies on a chase.
The homeowner says the trio is dangerous and should be locked up.
“She was just a sweet fat old dog. She was just the sweetest dog. She was a good dog,” said the homeowner, who asked not to be identified.
It all started Wednesday afternoon when the homeowner came home and spotted a pickup driving from his property, loaded with his stuff.
“(I) almost hit a truck and I looked in the rearview mirror and I noticed that my saw and a door and a few other things in the back of my truck that looked like mine.”
The homeowner called 911. Police spotted the truck and chased it till it crashed. The three people inside: 25-year-old Rhyan Lee Ingram; 26-year-old Joshua Bailey; and 21-year-old Amanda Rauh were arrested.
As it turns out, Bailey’s parents live just down the road. News 9 knocked on the door, but no one answered. Neighbors know him though.
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