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Deputies: 2 arrested after high speed chase in Pamlico County

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The Pamlico County Sheriff's Office has arrested two people who led them on a high speed chase.

Deputies says it's unclear where the chase started,  but it ended in the Kennel Beach area.  At one point the driver, 21-year-old Erica Lloyd, was driving more than 100 miles an hour through the county, according to deputies.

The Sheriff's Office says when they caught up with Lloyd and the passenger, 21-year-old Ralph Kinnion Jr., when they tried to run off, but were unsuccessful.

Lloyd faces several charges including three counts of resisting an officer, possession, reckless driving, and carrying a concealed weapon. Lloyd is being held in the Pamlico County Jail under a  $12,000 bond.

Kinnion Jr. faces charges for resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is also at the Pamlico County Jail under a $6,000 bond.

Both suspects also had outstanding warrants out for their arrest.

No one hurt during the incident.

A deputy cruiser was slightly damaged during the incident.

9 On Your Side is working to get more information on this incident.

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