The crime spree of three siblings from Florida comes to an end in Colorado.
FOX News Radio's Eben Brown has the details:
The beginning of the end for the siblings came when their car was spotted outside a convenience store.
Pueblo County Sheriff Kirk Taylor says deputies worked quickly to confirm they were in fact the fugitives...
The siblings then took off, trying to evade police on I-25.
But Colorado State Patrol Col. Anthony Padilla says a spike strip used to blow out one of the tires brought a swift end to the pursuit...
The Pueblo County Sheriff confirms these additional details to FOX News:
At 8am Mountain time on Wednesday, a Sheriff's deputy spotted the White Subaru and called for backup. The three suspects were about to leave a gas station with a Subway sandwich shop inside. A chase began with Colorado State Patrol in pursuit.
After about twenty miles there was a crash, and there was a shooting between the suspects and Law enforcement along I-25 in Southern Colorado. Two suspects were in the car and one tried to flee on foot, but was apprehended. Two of the suspects received medical treatment for non-life threatening injuries. One of the injured was the sister. All 3, if medically cleared, are expected to be booked into the Pueblo County Jail.