Florida.- Children between 12 and 15 years old were arrested in Georgia on charges of theft, speeding, reckless driving, running away and trying to evade justice, then starring in a police chase.
Notably three of these minors they were wanted on charges of murder and trespassing of abode, the Kingsland Police Department reported.
According to a post on Facebook, the Kingsland Police Department reported that on September 10, at around 10:43 p.m., while on his way to the traffic enforcement on Interstate 95, an officer observed a black Honda Accord traveling south at 96, while officers attempted to check the The vehicle, however, continued to travel at speeds in excess of 120 miles per hour and did not stop.
Ignoring the directions of the agents, the minors and the vehicle exited the interstate at Saint Mary’s Road heading east before making a sharp U-turn at St. Mary’s Road and heading west.
Officers deployed spike strips on the vehicle that led to the the vehicle stop.
Kingsland Police Department officers and a Camden County Sheriff’s Office deputy contacted the minors who were inside the vehicle and all They were arrested.
It turned out that, after running the vehicle’s registration through NCIC / GCIC, they identified that the vehicle was stolen from Jacksonville, Florida.
Officers were able to identify the driver of the vehicle as a child under 12 years old and the other three passengers including a minor between 14 and 15 years old along with a 15-year-old woman, all from Duval County, Florida.
It should be noted that the driver and two of the passengers had active warrants for their arrest for home invasion and second degree murder outside of County Duval, Florida.
Detectives from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office were contacted and responded to the scene.
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