A residential burglary in Castro Valley Tuesday is linked to a pair of arrests made in Danville, according to police in that city who now have Antioch residents Jennifer Crackel, 30, and Michael Grande, 32, in custody.
Danville authorities say their involvement in the case began around 9 a.m. when a local officer saw a suspicious vehicle.
After the driver noticed the officer, the suspect vehicle sped north on Interstate 680 with police in pursuit.
During this car chase, witnesses told Danville police that the suspects began throwing objects out of the car's windows.
Danville Police Chief Steve Simpkins said the items discarded along the roadway, and others later recovered from the suspect's vehicle, were allegedly stolen earlier Tuesday in a residential burglary in Castro Valley.
The suspects didn't go quietly.
Danville police say they took the Stone Valley Road exit and crashed their vehicle on a curb. They then tried to run away, but officers caught Crackel and Grande.
A third suspect remains at large, but police say this person isn't considered dangerous.
Even so, authorities ordered precautionary lockdowns on Stone Valley Middle School and Doris Eaton School while police searched for suspects.
The suspects' vehicle turned out to have been stolen from Antioch.
Crackel was charged with evading arrest, possession of stolen property, conspiracy, possession of a stolen vehicle and a parole violation.
Grande was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of stolen property, conspiracy and a probation violation.
Crackel and Grande and have been booked at the Martinez Detention Facility.
This story originally appeared on Danville Patch.