The two people accused of robbing a Food Lion near the Davidson-Forsyth county line on Thursday have been identified and formally charged.

Frederick Donnell Bowles, 26, of 3430 Canterbury Ridge Court, Winston-Salem, was charged with common law robbery, possession of cocaine and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

Victoria Sue Violet Griffin, 24, of 1333 Cromer Road, King, was charged with possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana and accessory after the fact of common law robbery.

Sheriff David Grice said the pair was involved in a robbery the Food Lion located at 12201 North N.C. 150 at 1:24 p.m. on Thursday. After fleeing from the grocery store in a blue Honda Civic, Davidson County deputies began chasing the victims down N.C. 150 until the Civic wrecked at 1:49 p.m.

The crash occurred at the intersection of N.C. 150 and East Salisbury Drive, northwest of Lexington.

Both suspects were taken into custody at the scene of the crash by the Sheriff’s Office without incident.

Arrest records from the Davidson County Courthouse indicate that Bowles attempted to steal $539 from a Food Lion employee during the robbery.

Bowles was given a $510,000 secured bond, while Griffin was given a $250,000 secured bond. Both suspects have a court date of July 30.