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Incredible chase: A boy steals a crane, runs away, police have to chase him for an hour

Incredible chase: A boy steals a crane, runs away, police have to chase him for an hour

Incredible chase: A teenager steals a tow truck and forces police to follow him for nearly an hour (Credit: Storyline)

An incredible chase took place this week MichiganUnited States, after a young man 12 years Stole a crane And they force the local police to chase him Almost an hour Stop it.

The teenager, who has not been identified because he is a minor, found a tow truck outside his Forsyth school last Saturday with the keys inside. According to officials, it was a Construction Genie GTH-636 telehandler forklift that was installed for some repairs.

Without hesitation, the young man got into the vehicle and took to the streets of Ann Arbor. However, a few minutes later, police received a call from a neighbor who witnessed the robbery. Driving with “lights on”..

At exactly 6:48 p.m., the police began a chase that lasted for about an hour, passing through various neighborhoods of the city and not exceeding a speed of 32 km per hour.

The sequence lasted almost an hour, albeit at a slower pace

“Multiple officers began pursuing the vehicle at speeds of 24 km/h to 32 km/h with emergency lights and sirens on. During the chase, the driver of the stolen vehicle traveled through the Georgetown Boulevard neighborhood,” officials said.

Footage captured by a camera mounted on the front window of one of the patrol cars shows a five-minute segment of the sequence, in which the tow truck performs dangerous maneuvers such as leaving the lane, climbing the sidewalk and driving recklessly near other vehicles. .

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Finally, around 8:00 p.m., police stopped pursuing the boy as he crossed the M-14 bridge. “At that time, Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office (…) officers pursued the vehicle in the area of ​​M-14 and Gottfredson until the driver pulled over at approximately 7:53 pm,” they pointed out.

When the march was stopped, the teenager was arrested and taken into custody, then transported to a juvenile detention center. Although no injuries were reported in the episode, at least Ten vehicles were crushed for his reckless driving.

When the teenager stopped the march, he was arrested and taken to a juvenile detention center.

“This is a very dangerous situation that could easily end with serious injuries,” local security forces concluded.

The unusual episode is similar to another carjacking by youths in April this year.

In the middle of that month, the 12-year-old girl along with her 14-year-old friend took the first girl’s father’s car. They were able to drive approx 644 kilometers without being discovered.

Jade Gregory (12) and Chloe Larson (14) drove more than 600 kilometers to meet a stranger in Louisiana (Florida Law Enforcement).

Jade Gregory and Chloe Larson were trying to get from Gainesville to Louisiana in a Ford Taurus, which meant they traveled not only on the streets of their neighborhood, but also on the I-10 freeway.

The young women did not reach their destination because they saw their faces on television and turned to the authorities.