(CBS News) -- Police say a Pennsylvania woman and her boyfriend led them on a wild car chase through two states after she managed to steal two different cop cruisers.
According to CBS Philadelphia, Shayna Sykes, 23, and Blake Bills, 24 were arrested Tuesday after the incident, which reportedly began around 9:50 a.m. Tuesday when Camden, New Jersey Police Officer Sekou Reid-Bey stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation.
Investigators reportedly say Sykes and Bills, who were not connected to the traffic stop, jumped into the officer's stopped police car and sped off. While driving off, the suspects are accused of intentionally hitting Reid-Bey with the stolen cruiser as he walked toward it.
Police say Reid-Bey may have suffered a fractured leg and is being treated at Cooper Hospital, where he is in stable condition, CBS Philadelphia reports.
The suspects reportedly drove the stolen cop car across the Ben Franklin Bridge and onto the streets of Philadelphia, where the city's police officers pursued. The vehicle was eventually stopped at 7th and Norris Streets, where an injured Bills was taken into custody.
Police say at some point, Sykes then managed to get inside a Philadelphia police cruiser and speed off. During the resulting chase through the streets of North Philadelphia, the car nearly struck a pedestrian who managed to jump out of the way and was taken to the hospital with only minor injuries to her head.
The cruiser eventually came to a stop at 1100 N. Hope Street where police say Sykes got out and attempted to flee on foot, but she was quickly taken into police custody, CBS Philadelphia reports.
At a news conference Tuesday, police said Sykes and Bills, both of whom are from Macungie, Pa. located about 50 miles northwest of Philadelphia, have a 7-month-old child together and that the grandmother of one of the couple had reported the pair missing. Police also said drug use is suspected. The two suspects will face a variety of charges including resisting arrest, DUI and risking catastrophe.
CBS Philadelphia reports that court records show Bills was already facing burglary charges and has a court appearance for that crime in April. Sykes served time in jail in 2009 for Driving Under the Influence when she was a minor.
Sources tell the station Bills and Sykes had been wanted by Camden police since Sunday, when they were allegedly pulled over in a motor vehicle violation in a known Camden drug area, but fled the scene.