September 25, 2016

James Otto:

stole a classic car? they do not have air bags or ABS brakes. Yet they do not have ignition locks and it is simple to hot wire. So these kids learned how to hot wire a car! then they patrol on their bikes for a car that they might be able to hot wire. It was like the roseville home break in team that drove bikes to the home and fled and left their bikes. THe neighbors chained bye bikes left behind to a tree and they waited for them to come back. THESE KIDS WERE TRAINED!!!!

News article: 

Two teens killed in fiery crash in Plymouth Township after police end chase in Livonia

LIVONIA, Mich. (WXYZ) – Two teens were killed after stealing a car from a classic car shop in Plymouth Township on Saturday night.

According to sources, Livonia police received numerous 911 calls about a reckless driver of a Mustang around an elementary school.

A police officer showed up, saw the Mustang and attempted to pull it over, but the driver took off on Plymouth Rd.

Another officer joined in on the chase, but police terminated it just west of Newburgh Rd. because of the high speeds.

Later, Plymouth Township police were called to a crash, so they called Livonia police to see if it was the car Livonia was chasing.

When Livonia police showed up, they confirmed it was the Mustang they had earlier tried to pull over and chased for a short period of time.

Sources tell 7 Action News there were two 14-year-old boys inside the Mustang who were killed.

According to family members, the teens were out riding bikes when they saw the car. They threw their bikes in the back and took off.

Both were freshman at Livonia Churchill High School. The school will have counseling support on hand throughout the week for anyone who needs it.


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