(06/03/2013)

Brandon Young (L) William Young

UPDATE - A two-county police chase that started in Roane County ended with the arrest of two men and a juvenile female.

Deputies from the Roane County Sheriff's Office responded to a call of a possible robbery at JSC Enterprises, a tractor supply store on U.S. Route 119.

Police spotted Brandon Lee Young, 21, William Anthony Young, 23, and a third juvenile suspect in a car stolen from Pennsylvania, and a chase was on.

A gun was thrown from a car window during the chase which ended in Kanawha County. The gun turned out to be a plastic toy gun.

Sgt. M.P. King of the Roane County Sheriff's Office told media the group was on their way to Myrtle Beach, S.C. when they wound up in remote sections of West Virginia, running low on gasoline and money.

Brandon Lee Young is facing charges of conspiracy, receiving or transferring a stolen vehicle, fleeing without a vehicle, obstructing an officer and assault. Bail set at $45,000.

William Anthony Young has been charged with conspiracy, receiving or transferring a stolen vehicle, fleeing without a vehicle and obstructing an officer. Bail set at $37,500.

The female was taken to a juvenile facility.

ORIGINAL STORY - A police chase started Friday night in Roane County by the sheriff's department on US 119 and ended in Kanawha County at Clendenin.

The chase started with a theft investigation at JSC Enterprises on Charleston Road, a farm equipment company.

State Police joined in the chase with three suspects, two men and a woman taken into custody, the suspects reportedly aimed weapons at officers.

A State Police trooper told media it involved a stolen vehicle from out of state, saying the vehicle was eventually stopped with spike strips.

The officer said the suspects ran before they were apprehended.

The chase started with a theft investigation at JSC Enterprises on Charleston Road.


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