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Suspected vehicle thieves lead deputies on a chase in Oroville. A deputy was on patrol when he spotted a white Honda Accord with dealer plates before 1:30 Wednesday morning. That vehicle had been reported stolen from Yuba City. The deputy attempted stop the car, but the driver of the vehicle allegedly fled away at a speeds around 100 miles per hour. Other deputies joined the pursuit, but briefly lost sight of the car near Lower Wyandotte Avenue and Foothill Boulevard. Deputies found the vehicle after it had reportedly gone off the roadway, hitting a fence and a tree. The two occupants were attempting to flee on foot when they were arrested. According to a Butte County Sheriff's Office press release, the two suspects, identified as 36-year-old Christopher Johnson and 45-year-old Jeremy Papesh were both charged with possession of a stolen vehicle among other charges.