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UPDATE: Two in Custody Following Police Chase
UPDATE: DAYTON-- A high speed chase and shooting on US 35 lands two men in jail.
About 2:45 Monday morning, a woman made a desperate 911 call for help.
Caller: "I'm on the highway, and there is a Chrysler shooting at me! And I don't have a clue who it is!"
The 24-year-old victim said she and her sister were at Club Vex. They left the nightclub, and were on Ludlow Street getting on US 35 West when a silver car tried to cut them off.
The victim says they started shooting at them from their car.
Caller: "They are following me! I can't stop now, I can't stop no where!"
According to the police report, the victims were traveling at 125 miles per hour, and ducking bullets trying to get away from gunmen.
Caller: "I'm nervous ma'am. I'm driving and I'm swerving. " She told the female dispatcher.
The victim pulled into the All In One gas station on James H McGee, because she thought it would be a safe location.
The gunmen were hot on their trail, but police weren't far behind. Officers chased the Chrysler and the men bailed out of the car, but police captured them.
Raymond Hooks and Daryl Thomason are both facing felony assault charges and are locked up in the Montgomery County Jail.
The victims claimed they did not know the men, or know why they were targeted.
Dayton Police found shell casings littered all over the US 35 exit ramp. Sgt. Michael Pauley said luckily nobody got seriously hurt or killed.
"The victim's car was not struck. The bullets had to go somewhere. Traffic was light, so that was a blessing there."
Police said a third suspect was in the Chrysler, but got away.
DAYTON -- Two women heading home dodged bullets as a car chased them on Ludlow. It happened just after 2:30 a.m. Monday.
Police say the two women were driving on Ludlow and as they were getting onto U.S. 35, a silver Chrysler started following them. Someone inside also started shooting at their car.
The victims tried to get away but police say the Chrysler continued to follow them, firing more shots. The bullets never hit the car but police say this could have ended very badly.
They victims decided to pull into a convenience store and that's what likely protected them.
Officers quickly got to the store and saw the suspect vehicle. Three people were inside the silver Chrysler. They abandoned the car on Edison Street and took off on foot. Two of the suspects were found and arrested on Mason Street. one man is still on the run.
At this point officers. still have not located a gun but several shell casings were found on the Ludlow Street.
The women told police they do not know why the three men were chasing them. Anyone with information should call police.
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