Three charged after leading police on chase in stolen car, breaking into Winston-Salem house

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A driver and two passengers were arrested after police say they led them on a high-speed chase overnight then broke into a house in Winston-Salem.

Trooper J.W. Beaty says he clocked a reportedly stolen 2012 Acura going 92 mph in Winston-Salem around 4:15 a.m.

A pursuit ensued and troopers say speeds got up to about 130 mph.

As the Acura took the Hanes Mall Blvd. exit, Trooper Beaty said he did a “pit maneuver” in front of the car, which caused it to stop.

The driver was arrested on the spot, but the two passengers fled on foot. They were apprehended by Winston-Salem police a short time later as they were breaking into a house nearby.

The passengers, DeAnthony Dashaun Carr, 20, and Reginald Alandas Jeter, Jr., 19, were both charged breaking and entering and resist, obstruct and delay

The driver, Marvin Bernard Tart, Jr., 18, has been charged with felony speed to elude, possession of stolen vehicle, reckless driving going 130 mph in a 65 mph zone, driving without a license and possession of a counterfeit controlled substance.

All three are in the Forsyth County Jail.