TULSA - Two suspects lead Tulsa police on a chase, and one is still on the run.
Police tried to stop the car for an expired tag.
Officers say they chased the suspect's car for about a mile before they crashed into a fence near Apache Street and Yale Avenue around 1:45 a.m. Wednesday.
Police say the suspects fled the scene of the crash on foot, running into the woods.
A 16-year-old suspect was caught while coming out of the bushes about two miles away, police say.
Investigators say they are still trying to find out if the car was stolen, saying the suspect may have borrowed the car from his girlfriend.
They say she called police when he did not return with it.
Police and Tulsa County sheriff's deputies are still searching for the other suspect.
Deputies say the teen in custody is not cooperating.
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