Suspects Wanted In Park, Hot Springs Counties Caught Near Douglas
Officers from several law enforcement agencies arrested two suspects after a late night chase from Glenrock to Douglas on Friday, according to a news release from the Converse County Sheriff's Office on Monday.
That office, the Natrona County Sheriff's Office and the Wyoming Highway Patrol were advised to look for a white sport utility vehicle with Colorado plates that was a suspect vehicle in crimes that happened in Park and Hot Springs counties.
A firearm allegedly was brandished during those crimes.
A Glenrock Police Department officer saw a vehicle matching the description and attempted a traffic stop.
The vehicle did not stop and traveled southbound on Interstate 25.
The suspect vehicle crossed the median and traveling southbound in the northbound lane. Law enforcement deployed spike strips during the pursuit, which ended at mile post 127 south of Douglas.
After the vehicle stopped, the driver and passenger ran for a short distance but were quickly caught.
The two suspects are currently being held in the Converse County Detention Center.
No one was injured during the incident.
The Converse County Sheriff's Office will not release any more information because of the on-going investigation.