CLARKSBURG, W.Va (WDTV)- UPDATE
Two men from Harrison County are accused of having improvised explosive devices with them in the car they were driving.
The shocking discovery happened after a high-speed chase early this morning. It ended in the arrests of 43-year-old Robert Emerson and 37-year-old Michael Crofford.
According to the criminal complaint, officers tried to pull the men over after running the car's plates and discovering the registration was expired. The pursuit ended off of Route 50.
Aside from the IEDs, police also found a blue pipe and a "white crystal-like substance" that tested positive for meth.
Both men face felony charges of Possession with Intent to Deliver Sch. II Non-Narcotic, Fleeing with Reckless Indifference and False Evidences, Forgery, etc. of Title and Registration.
One car led Clarksburg Police and Harrison County Sheriff's deputies on a pursuit early Thursday morning.
According to 911 dispatchers, two suspects are detained after a chase that started on Route 50 and ended on Davisson Run Road. The suspect's vehicle was towed from the scene.
Dispatchers say police attempted to pull the car over on Route 50 when the driver took off. The pursuit lasted roughly 10 minutes.
It is unclear if anyone was taken into police custody at this time.
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