Two Maryland men arrested following high-speed chase in York County

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YORK COUNTY, Pa — UPDATE: Police have charged two Maryland men after this weekend’s high-speed chase.

Jason Beaut Moody, 42, of Owings Mills, Maryland and Derron Terrance Burston, of Baltimore, Maryland, were both charged as a result of the vehicle pursuit on I-83 Southbound on August 19.

Moody was charged with a conglomerate of charges, including persons not to possess firearms, reckless endangerment and tampering with physical evidence.

Burston faces even more charges, including fleeing and attempting to elude police officer, and a number of traffic violations.

PREVIOUSLY: Two men are in custody after leading police on a chase, following a robbery in Harrisburg on Saturday.

According to Pennsylvania State Police, there were reports of an armed robbery in Harrisburg earlier in the day. The suspects from the robbery fled the scene in their vehicle, prompting a police chase.

Officials say the car was later spotted around 3:00 p.m. on the 700 block of Limekiln Road in Fairview Township. Newberry Township Police attempted to stop the vehicle, however it fled onto I-83 southbound, backing up traffic for miles and shutting the highway down.

Pennsylvania State Police troopers then took over the chase. They were eventually able to use spike strips to stop the vehicle and bring the high-speed chase to a stop. The driver and passenger were taken into custody near the Glen Rock exit in York County.

An investigation in the robbery is currently underway.

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