SLIDELL, La. (AP) Louisiana authorities say a 14-yr-previous boy who led police on a automotive chase advised them he had taken the car on a “check drive” as a result of he was contemplating shopping for it.
Slidell police spokesman Daniel Seuzeneau informed information retailers that police tried to cease the posh SUV late Tuesday afternoon for driving with no headlights. The boy fled, crashed, then continued to flee on foot. Police caught as much as him.
Seuzeneau says police found the car belonged to the daddy of one of many boy’s buddies. The car was on the market, however the proprietor advised police the teenager did not have permission to drive it.
The boy was charged with reckless operation of a motorcar and different crimes. The Related Press doesn’t usually determine juveniles charged with crimes.