Video: Two suspects in custody after wrecking stolen vehicle

Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow check outs the status on one of the suspect's health after attempting to run from law enforcement.

Video: Two suspects in custody after wrecking stolen vehicle

Updated on January 9, 2018 — The two suspects that attempted to get away with a stolen vehicle and then by foot were charged on Monday inside the Logan County Courthouse.


Dillon Cole Carrow (L) and Jonathan Michael Macomb (R) were both charged with possession of a stolen vehicle.

Carrow, 22, of Noble, was additionally charged with attempting to elude and malicious injury to property. He was given a $25,000 bond and a Jan. 25 court case.

Macomb, 22, of Norman, was handed down a $50,000 bond and is due back in court on February 22.

Dillon Cole Carrow (L) and Jonathan Michael Macomb (R) were charged on Monday in Logan County.

Original Article

Two men are in police custody following a vehicle and foot pursuit on Friday afternoon causing area school buildings to go shelter in place.

A Guthrie police officer attempted to pull over a black two-door truck on S. Division St. for not using a turn signal. However, that’s when the driver and his passenger attempted to speed away.

The driver took off in a pasture behind the Department of Human Services and traveled north. During the vehicle pursuit, Guthrie officers and deputies with the Logan County Sheriff’s Office began setting up a perimeter.

The truck, which came back stolen out of Shawnee, crashed in the pasture after apparently attempting to jump a deep ravine, but was unsuccessful. From there the suspects took off on foot.

The first suspect was seen calmly walking down E. Grant Ave. and was taken into investigative detention and eventually into custody with no incident with fresh wounds from his arms.

After a few moments, police caught a break when the first suspect alerted them to where the second suspect was hiding.

Just a block away on E. Grant, between Lincoln and Capital streets, K9 officer Darco immediately spotted the second suspect attempting to hide near a tree. He was taken into custody with no incident.

It was bad timing for the suspects as all three LCSO K9 officers were about to begin training when they were called to the pursuit.

Both suspects were treated at the scene by Guthrie EMS and later transported to the local jail and are now facing several charges.

The identities of the suspects were not given at the scene.

Guthrie Public Schools were placed under shelter in place condition, including the Guthrie Junior High School, Faver Alternative School and the GPS Administration Building, which were near the perimeter search.

No law enforcement officer was injured during the pursuits.

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