UPDATE @ 3:15 p.m.
Three juveniles were found to be the occupants in a stolen minivan that led a high-speed pursuit through Miami and Montgomery counties this afternoon.
The maroon Chrysler minivan was reported stolen out of Sidney, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
A trooper caught up to the minivan on I-75 South after a motorist called 9-1-1 and reported the minivan was being driven erratically.
The driver refused to stop for the trooper and led a pursuit on I-75 South north of Piqua to I-70 East, according to the patrol.
Speeds reached 100 mph or faster at times before the pursuit ended at the Ohio 202 exit for Huber Heights, according to the patrol.
The occupants were three juveniles, ranging in age from 12 to 17, according to the patrol.
There was no crash reported and no one was injured.
A high-speed pursuit involving the Ohio State Highway Patrol has reportedly ended in the area of Ohio 202 and I-70 in Huber Heights.
A trooper reported a vehicle sped away from an attempted traffic stop north of Piqua on I-75 South, according to emergency scanner traffic.
The trooper pursued the vehicle and other jurisdictions were notified as the vehicle headed into Montgomery County and turned east onto I-70.
At approximately 2 p.m., the vehicle was stopped in the area of Ohio 202 and I-70.
We’re working to gather more details.