(WXYZ) - The Oakland County Sheriff's Command Desk tells us that two suspects are in custody following a high speed pursuit early Tuesday morning.
The chase started in Pontiac and ended with a crash in Auburn Hills.
At 1:00 am deputies responded to the area of 12 S. Mill Street, in Pontiac, on a report of a man with a gun.
On arrival, they found out the suspect left the area in a vehicle.
In short order, deputies observed a vehicle matching the description and gave chase.
An Oakland County Sheriff's car and an Auburn Hills Police car were struck by the fleeing vehicle, with a deputy receiving minor injuries.
The incident ended in the area of Walton and Silverbell Roads in Auburn Hills.
Both suspects are in custody -- one of them after being tasered by officers.
The suspect driver is a 38-year-old male from Pontiac, his passenger, also arrested, is a 30-year-old male from Auburn Hills.
We will update you with any new information and/or video once it becomes available.
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