WINCHESTER, Va. (AP) \u2014 Three men wanted in connection with a double homicide in South Carolina have been captured after leading Virginia troopers on a high-speed chase, authorities said.\r\n\r\nVirginia State Police said the suspects were captured Friday after a trooper patrolling on Interstate 81 in Shenandoah County spotted a vehicle matching the description of a Ford Fusion included in lookout advisory issued by authorities in Anderson, South Carolina.\r\n\r\nThe trooper waited for additional troopers and initiated a traffic stop. The suspect's vehicle pulled onto the right shoulder before speeding off, leading to a vehicle pursuit.\r\n\r\nDuring the pursuit, the Ford ended up traveling south in the northbound lanes. The driver lost control in Frederick County and the suspects' car went down an embankment and hit tree. The occupants fled on foot but were captured a short time later.\r\n\r\nThe driver of the car was identified as Frank T. Rhoads, 39. He was charged with a felony count of eluding police, reckless driving, and having altered or fictitious license plates on his vehicle.\r\n\r\nThe passengers in the car were identified as Dominick M. Rhoads, 19, and William C. Flynn, 31.\r\n\r\nAll three suspects were being held on extradition warrants out of South Carolina.\r\n\r\nMedia reports out of South Carolina indicate that the three men are wanted for murder in the Feb. 6 killings of 24-year-old Daquavious Tillison and 33-year-old Lorenzo Hunter.