BETHESDA, Md. (WMAR) - A police chase that started on North Charles Street has ended without incident in Bethesda after a lengthy pursuit.
What started as police trying to pull over a vehicle with a suspect who had outstanding warrants took off westbound on North Charles Street, according to Baltimore County Police.
The suspect then entered the outer loop of I-695 towards Ellicott City. Several police departments assisted Baltimore County Police with stop sticks along the suspect's path.
According to reports, after a lengthy pursuit, assisted by Maryland State Police and aviation, the suspect was apprehended 5400 block of Wisconsin Avenue in Bethesda.
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