Two juveniles were taken into custody Wednesday afternoon following a high-speed chase west of Henryetta.
The two were apprehended when the stolen truck they were in had to stop at a dead end on private property on West Main Street.
Okmulgee County deputies said four people were in the truck that was stolen from a home on Bryant Road earlier that morning. Later in the day the vehicle and suspects were seen at a gas station in Henryetta by relatives of the owners. When those relatives went to the truck, the driver sped off going west on Main.
The truck headed west on Main then had to turn onto a private drive when they road ended at a locked steel gate. The driver roared into a ditch then ran down the driveway before stopping at a fence.
Malo, the Henryetta K-9, tracked two of the passengers and they were arrested.
Both were taken to the Okmulgee County juvenile facility.  Because the pair were under age their names were not released. The other two suspects are also believed to be juveniles. The truck received minor damage when it ran off into the ditch.