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Two teens charged, accused of leading police on chase in reported stolen vehicle

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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

The two teenagers who were arrested in connection to a vehicle pursuit involving a stolen vehicle Wednesday have been identified. 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police identified the two teens as 17-year-old Alfred Goodley and 18-year-old Harrison Hillman. 

Around 4:18 p.m., officers got a call from a woman who said her gray Toyota Solara was taken at gunpoint by two men in the 1300 block of Sharon Road West in south Charlotte.

Maria Tenorio-Lara says she had just gotten out of her car, and was walking on the sidewalk to her babysitter's house to pick up her kids. 

She says the teens were walking behind, and through her son who was translating, she says they asked her a question.

"After a while they stopped and asked her how was she" says her son, Oscar Hernandez.

"After she said she was doing fine, they pushed her to the wall in the corner," Hernandez says. "Against the side of a tree and the wall and so they pointed a gun at her and they said to give them the keys to the car. She couldn’t do anything about it because her purse was in there."

She says the teens took off in her car.

A short time later, police saw the vehicle and tried to pull it over, but the driver refused to stop. A short pursuit ensued until the duo in the vehicle jumped out and tried to run away on foot on Alleghany Street in west Charlotte.

Both of the teens were taken into custody without incident.

Goodley was charged with common law robbery and felony conspiracy. Hillman was charged with common law robbery, felony conspiracy and hit-and-run causing property damage. 

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