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Cops Couldn't Keep Up: 11-Year-Old Boy Lead Police On High-Speed Chase


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Nov 07, 2018
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go to 0:35 A Cleveland boy led police on his second high-speed chase with police in
13 months, this time because his mother took away his PlayStation,
police said.

The boy was arrested after the crash and is being housed in the Cuyahoga
County Juvenile Detention Center. Formal charges have not yet been
filed.

The 11-year-old boy stole his mother’s 2013 Dodge Durango about 10:45
p.m. Sunday after they got into an argument about his mother taking away
his PlayStation, according to police reports.

The mother went to bed. She later told police that she noticed her keys
missing and later got a call from the boy’s father saying he saw the boy
driving the SUV on West 117th Street and Memphis Avenue, according to
police reports.

The boy’s father chased after the boy and the boy tried to hide by
pulling into the former Brooklyn fire station on Memphis Avenue, police
reports say.

A Brooklyn police officer noticed someone pulling into the fire station
and stopped to see if they needed help, police reports say. The boy
immediately sped off, driving the wrong way on Memphis Avenue, blowing
through stop lights and weaving in and out of traffic, police reports
say.

The officer chased him into Cleveland and the boy turned off the SUV’s
lights, according to police. He hit 87 MPH on Pearl Road and was driving
between 70 and 90 MPH throughout the chase, according to police
reports.

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