Two men were arrested Tuesday after leading law officers on a high-speed chase in northwest Oklahoma City that also prompted officials to lock down three area schools.
Jason Annesley, 37, identified as the driver, and Chad Moudy, 20, a passenger, were arrested after the chase ended about 3:30 p.m., Oklahoma City police Master Sgt. Gary Knight said.
Police responded about 2:55 p.m. to the report of a shooting at NW 16 and Rockwell Avenue, Knight said.
They began the chase at NW 10 and Rockwell Avenue when two men drove away in a stolen car, he said.
Canadian County sheriff's deputies also participated in the chase.
The car sped through residential areas near NW 39 and Meridian Avenue.
The chase caused Oklahoma City Public School officials to lock down Kaiser and Buchanan elementary schools and Taft Middle School for a short time, spokeswoman Kathleen Kennedy said.
About 3:35 p.m., the driver jumped out of the vehicle and began running from police. He was apprehended minutes later.
Annesley was arrested on complaints of shooting a firearm with intent to kill while using a vehicle and eluding police, and on a county warrant, Knight said.
Moudy was arrested on a drive-by shooting complaint.
Contributing: Staff Writer Juliana Keeping