Pennsylvania residents lead officers on high speed chase in Fairmont

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Two Pennsylvania residents are behind bars after leading police on a high-speed chase on Saturday.

Police say Nathan Bundy of Altoona and Jackie Snyder of Johnstown were pulled over by an officer on I-79 south in Marion county when their license plate was recognized for previous felony activity.

The two then led the officer on a chase and ended up crashing into another vehicle in Fairmont.

Police say Bundy was driving with a suspended license and has warrant violations in Pennsylvania and Ohio.

Both are facing multiple charges including reckless disregard and conspiracy to commit a felony. They are awaiting arraignment at the North Central Regional Jail.

Bundy is facing $40,000 bond and Snyder is facing $20,000 bond.

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