Tulsa, Okla. - A follow-up to a story KRMG first brought you on May 4th.
Court records show juveniles Matthew Natseway and Maribella Castaneda have been charged with kidnapping and robbery with a firearm. Natseway also faces one count of shooting with intent to kill.
Both suspects and a puppy are accused of trying to carjack a Cascia Hall student.
No charges have been filed against the puppy.
Court records show this isn't the first time the two have faced charges together. A 2012 burglary case was dismissed.
Two teenagers and a Chihuahua are accused of carjacking a Cascia Hall student Monday night.
Tulsa police say a 16-year-old girl and a 17-year-old boy are in custody. Both face robbery and kidnapping complaints.
A count of shooting with intent to kill could also be added.
The incident started around 11:30 near 41st and Utica. Police say the two suspects and the small dog forced their way into the students vehicle.
One of the suspects pistol-whipped the victim, but she was able to escape the vehicle with her keys. Police say the victim crawled under a fence and into a midtown neighborhood.
During her escape, the victim told police she heard multiple shots fired in her direction.
Police say the car was later found with the dog asleep in the backseat.