MIDLOTHIAN — Four were arrested following a chase that began in Mansfield and ended in Midlothian Thursday morning.

Members of the Mansfield Police Dispatch received a 911 call advising of a burglary in progress.

The caller advised that multiple subjects were removing property from a residence in the 600 block of Parkhill Drive. The caller also advised the suspects were driving a white sport utility vehicle and they were leaving the location.

Officers proceeded to the location, while enroute the suspect vehicle was observed entering onto U.S. Highway 287 traveling south. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle using lights and sirens, but the suspect vehicle refused to stop. Officers followed the suspects south on U.S. Highway 287 into the Midlothian city limits.

Members of the Midlothian Police Department and the Ellis County Sheriff’s Office were staged on U.S. Highway 287.

At the request of Mansfield Police, officers with the Midlothian Police Department deployed spike strips to stop the suspect vehicle. The suspect vehicle struck the spike strips and came to a stop on U.S. Highway 287 near the southeast Midlothian city limits.

Two of the suspects attempted to flee on foot and were taken into custody.

All four of the suspects were transported to the Mansfield jail and are being held on burglary habitation unlawful entry, a second-degree felony.

Two of the suspects have an additional charge of evading arrest detention, a class B misdemeanor.             

A teenage juvenile suspect was also arrested and charged with burglary habitation unlawful entry, a second-degree felony, and an additional charge of evading arrest detention with a vehicle, a state jail felony.

All the suspects are awaiting arraignment and bond to be set. The teenage juvenile suspect will be held at the Tarrant County Juvenile Justice Center.

The four adults in custody are Dallas resident Michael A. Simmons, 19, Dallas resident Karmon L. Hall, 18, Dallas resident Calvin K. Fuller, 19 and a 17-year-old Dallas resident.