The fugitive siblings who lead police on a nationwide hunt are in custody.
Police captured them in Colorado. Joel Brown has the latest from Los Angeles.
They spent a week on the run, but this family of fugitives is finally captured.
State Police say the Dougherty's crashed their getaway car here in Walsenburg, Colorado after firing gunshots at officers in a high-speed chase.
21-year old Ryan Dougherty, his 29-year old sister Lee, and their 26-year old brother Dylan were all arrested.
Police nationwide have been on the lookout for the Dougherty's since they fled from police in Florida last week.
The trio was speeding, refused to pull over and allegedly fired at least 20 shots at an officer's car.
Hours later the siblings were spotted in Georgia.
Police say they robbed this bank in Valdosta. The robbers wore masks, one fired an Ak-47 into the ceiling no one was hurt.
But Tuesday the search shifted to Colorado.
The FBI believed the siblings were headed to the hills to hide, after suspects matching their description were spotted buying camping gear near Colorado Spring.
The manhunt was over hours later and after the chase and crash all 3 are in custody with minor injuries.
Joel Brown CBS News.
All three siblings have prior criminal records.
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