CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Four people were arrested Friday after leading police on a high-speed chase in north Charlotte.
The pursuit ended just before 4 p.m. on Twin Drive off of W.T Harris Boulevard.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police said the suspects jumped out of a stolen car which continued to roll down the street, through a fence, and down a hill.
CMPD's helicopter followed the suspects to that location. K-9s were also used during the apprehension.
Police discovered the stolen car around 2:30 p.m. near Fairview Road and Providence Road. An officer tried to stop the driver, but the car took off. That's when the helicopter began to follow the suspects.
Thomas Lindsay was identified as the driver and charged with felony flee to elude, felony hit and run, possession of stolen motor vehicle and resist/obstruct/delay. Deron Early was charged with resist/obstruct/delay.
Two juveniles were also taken into custody then released to their parents. They were charged with resist/obstruct/delay as well.
Investigators said the car was stolen out of Huntersville.
Stay with NBC Charlotte for the latest on this developing story.