2 victims of I-95 police pursuit crash ID'd

Posted at 9:41 AM, Dec 14, 2015
The names of two people killed in a crash near New Forge Road on I-95 last week have been released by police.
The crash started as a police chase that spanned over 12 miles along I-95 in Baltimore City and County.
One of the victims, 35-year-old Jason Brian Canter, was riding in the suspect's front passenger seat when it crossed the median and crashed head-on into another vehicle.
A second victim, 52-year-old Sonjia Verlene Johnson-Baker, was in the front passenger seat of  the vehicle struck by the suspect's car. 
The suspect has been identified as 37-year-old Michael Richard Brown. He is currently facing a number of charges. 

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