Juvenile girls lead police chase

Three teenage girls from Cincinnati, Ohio are in critical condition after a car chase with the police.

On Tuesday morning, the girls had shoplifted at a convenience store and had taken off in their car that led to the chase.

The store manager called police saying two girls had stolen potato chips and other items and then took off in their car.

An officer that heard the description of the vehicle tried to pull over a similar vehicle, but the girls didn’t pull over and that is what led to the pursuit. Unfortunately the chase ended when the girls drove into a utility pole leaving them in critical condition.

The driver was 16 years-old and the two passengers were 12 and 14 years-old. Charges are pending and police are still investigating whether or not the officer followed the proper procedure when pulling them over.

Two other teens were cited for curfew violations that were not in the vehicle.


By | 2012-07-12T18:42:06+00:00 July 12th, 2012|Criminal Defense, Reckless Driving|0 Comments

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