VALEENE, Ind. (WHAS11) -- A high speed chase has ended in a shooting in Orange County, Ind.
Police said it all started around 2 a.m. Monday in Palymyra when Harrison County Sheriff's deputy Michael Andry began pursuing three suspects in a black Honda Civic. Police said Andry noticed the vehicle take off from an intersection at a high rate of speed and when he ran the car's plate number it came back as false or fictitious.
Andry initiated a traffic stop, but police said the driver failed to stop the vehicle and continued to drive west on US 150 from Harrison County through Washington County into Orange County before turning onto Valeene Road.
Andry followed the suspects as the driver, identified as 23-year-old Daniel Ray Holloway of Leavenworth, turned off Valeene Road onto County Road 820 South, which dead ends. Police said Holloway then turned the car around at the end of the road and faced the pursuing deputy.
Andry got out of his cruiser and ordered the suspects to stop at gunpoint. That's when police said Holloway began moving the vehicle toward the Andry and the deputy discharged his weapon, striking Holloway in the hands and the front seat passenger, 30-year-old Ian T. Goebel of Depaul, in the abdomen.
Police said Andry was struck by the car, causing injury to his leg and back. An Indiana Conservation Officer was behind the deputy and blocked the suspects vehicle.
The deputy was taken to Harrison County Hospital and is expected to be OK.
The Holloway and Goebel were flown to University of Louisville Hospital and are expected to survive their injuries.
The third suspect who was riding in the back seat, 25-year-old Rachel S. Kirkham of Corydon, was not injured and was taken into custody.
Upon searching the car police said they found meth making materials.
Charges are pending for all three suspects.