PHILIPPI, W.Va. A high-speed chase in the city of Philippi resulted in two arrests on Sunday.

Police clocked four motorcycles traveling at 78 miles per hour in a 45-mile per hour zone on US Route 50 in Philippi.

Police began to pursue with lights and sirens at speeds reaching 90 miles per hour. As the motorcyclists fled, they passed several cars in a passing zone.

On Main Street in a 25-mile per hour zone, police chased the motorcycles reaching 90-miles per hour at 5 p.m., a busy time of day.

At a dead end near the area of Philippi Discount Tire Services Center, the motorcyclists drove through a yard onto a walking path, then drove off the curb and split up.

One of the motorcyclists, Greyson Christopher Bevan, was pursued on Pike Street, then on Morrel Hollow Road, where he crashed and was arrested.

Another rider, Jake Ryan Williams, was also arrested on Morrel Hollow Road.

It is unclear at this time whether the other two drivers were identified or detained.

Greyson Christopher Bevan and Jake Ryan Williams are both being held in the Tygart Valley Regional Jail, each in lieu of a $15,000 bond.