ABC 22 Photos, from left to right: Stanley Jacques, Emily Freeman, 21, and Courtney Coney, 29
SHARONVILLE, Ohio (AP) - Authorities say three south Florida residents are jailed in southwest Ohio after a high-speed chase over more than 100 miles.
Sharonville police say the vehicle reached speeds above 120 mph during the pursuit down Interstate 75 and onto Interstate 275 on Tuesday evening. Police used devices to deflate the vehicle's tires in the northern Cincinnati suburb.
A sheriff's helicopter team tracking the car spotted four people run away after it was disabled, and police tracked down three of the suspects. Police say a young man who ran into the woods wasn't found.
No one was hurt during the chase that began in western Ohio.
Police in Livonia, Mich., say the Lincoln MKZ used has been linked to suspected criminal activity in the Detroit area.
Courtney Coney, 29, of Plantation, Fla., Emily Freeman, 21, of Coral Springs, Fla., and Stanley Jacques, 25, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., are all held without bond at the Warren County Jail, jail officials said.
They face multiple counts of felony fleeing.
The driver remains at large.