In the USA, a child races with the police on a stolen school busOctober 12, 2020
Four patrol cars tried to catch the young hijacker
In the US state of Louisiana, an 11-year-old child hijacked a school bus. More than a dozen police officers in four patrol cars tried to stop the intruder.
Police officers noticed an empty school bus on the road with a child at the wheel. The police began pursuit, demanding the boy to stop the vehicle. However, the young hijacker did not even think to stop. As a result, four patrol cars joined the chase.
Eleven policemen chased the hijacker for about half an hour. As a result of the chase, the child lost control, crashed into a tree and a gas pipeline, after which the bus stalled. The police detained the perpetrator and charged him with theft of a vehicle, as well as aggravated assault, as the child deliberately tried to arrange an accident during the chase.
In early May, Utah police stopped a five-year-old who stole his parents’ car and was on his way to California to buy a Lamborghini. A few days later, the young hijacker still took a ride in a Lamborghini Huracan thanks to one of the owners of Italian supercars.
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