UPDATE (October 6, 2018 7:39 p.m.):

Baltimore County Police have identified the two suspects that led police on a lengthy pursuit through the eastern parts of Baltimore County yesterday. Police have since confirmed that both had warrants for their arrests issued by the Hampton Police Division in Virginia.

The driver is identified as Melissa Joyce Moen (38) of the 100 block of Wiltshire Road, 21221. She is being held without bail in the Baltimore County Detention Center pending extradition procedures.

The passenger is identified as Christopher Levar Cox (33) of the 300 block of Magnolia Terrace, 21221. He is also held without bail in the Baltimore County Detention Center pending extradition procedures. Additionally, a Baltimore County warrant for First Degree Burglary, Misdemeanor Theft, and Credit Card Fraud was also served. 

The Baltimore County Police Department will coordinate prosecution of the Baltimore County charges with Hampton Police Division following their extradition.

Original Release (October 5, 2017 3:34 p.m.):

Baltimore County Police engaged a silver Scion vehicle in an extensive pursuit this afternoon that was caught on video by local news stations and played on Facebook Live for nearly thirty-five minutes.

The pursuit began after police were dispatched to a "check location" call in the Essex Precinct around 12:19 p.m. The call was initiated by detectives from Newport News, Virginia, asking Baltimore County Police to check for a silver Scion believed to be involved in a homicide in Virginia this morning and thought to be headed to the Essex area.

Officers checking the area discovered the vehicle leaving a parking lot area near the Back River off of Eastern Boulevard in Essex and followed the vehicle into the Parkville area. Officers attempted to make a traffic stop but the vehicle began to flee, initiating a pursuit with Baltimore County Air support following the vehicle as officers in marked vehicles backed off. The Scion continued to flee into Baltimore City on Harford Road near Taylor Avenue, where two local news station helicopters began filming the pursuit and airing it on their Facebook Live feeds.

The Scion was followed through parts of Baltimore City and the Parkville, White Marsh, and Essex Precincts of Baltimore County until police were finally able to box the vehicle in on a parking lot in the 12500 block of Eastern Avenue near Ebenezer Road and place a female driver and male passenger into custody at 1:07 p.m.

During the pursuit a number of items were thrown from the Scion, including ammunition and two long guns. Police officers stopped along a number of roadways to photograph and collect the evidence.

Although lengthy, this pursuit was conducted at moderate speeds and resulted in the apprehension of potentially dangerous suspects with no collisions involved and no injury to any citizens, officers, or the suspects. Detectives from the Baltimore County Police Department will coordinate all follow-up investigation with detectives from Newport News.