The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is continuing its probe into a shots fired pursuit involving the Tecumseh Police Department and the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office, but the injured suspect driver was booked into jail Tuesday.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is continuing its probe into a shots fired pursuit involving the Tecumseh Police Department and the Pottawatomie County Sheriff's Office, but the injured suspect driver was booked into jail Tuesday.

Tecumseh police were initially notified Monday that a vehicle stolen from an Ardmore car lot was pinging a GPS signal in Tecumseh, so officers attempted a felony stop.

The driver didn't stop and instead a pursuit commenced Monday afternoon and went to U.S. 177, where speeds reached 100 mph. At one point on a circle dead-end road, the driver allegedly drove toward and struck a Tecumseh police unit, Assistant Chief J.R. Kidney said, with an officer firing some rounds at the suspect vehicle.

The pursuit continued back toward U.S. 177, where a sheriff's deputy is also reported to have fired shots at the suspect vehicle during the chase, which finally ended south of Asher.

Sheriff Mike Booth said five passengers were detained and the driver was apprehended a few minutes after fleeing on foot.

The suspect driver, who had injuries, was taken by Medi Flight helicopter ambulance to an Oklahoma City hospital. Booth, who identified that driver as Zachary Byrd, 20, confirmed he was released from the hospital Tuesday and taken to the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center.

Jail records show Byrd was being held on complaints including endangering others and possession of stolen property. Formal charges have not been filed.

Several of the passengers also were reportedly arrested in the case.

Watch for updates.