Boy, 15, takes his parents' car without permission and leads a police chase before crashing into a house, injuring a person at the property
- A teenager is accused of taking the car from his parents without permission
- Teen was chased by the police before the car crashed into a house in Houston
- He caused enormous damage to the property and a woman was left with a broken foot
A 15-year-old crashed his parents' car into a house after sneaking and taking without permission, according to police.
Police said the teenager was breaking out of the house and leaving their parents' vehicle.
The teenager was chased by the police before the car crashed into another house in Houston.
The car driven by a 15-year-old stopped as soon as he entered a house. A woman inside suffered a broken foot
A teenager sneaks away and crashes his parents' car into this house in Houston, with devastation and an injury
A teenager is accused of taking his parents' car unannounced and ramming it into this house
Police said the incident started Tuesday at around 1:30 AM during a traffic stop on South Sam Houston Parkway.
But the young driver refused to stop and the police chased, ABC13 reported.
While he was being chased, the driver apparently did not realize that he was turning down a dead end plowed into the house.
Three people were at home, including a female resident who had a broken foot.
& # 39; I slept completely in the bedroom. [I] didn't know what had happened until I walked out the door and saw the end of the car. It was crazy, & # 39; told homeowner Tanya, who didn't want to give her last name, to ABC13.
Police walk along the street outside a house where a short chase ended with a 15-year-old banging a house and injuring a person
The damage to the property is shown. A woman was also injured
& # 39; We are trying to figure that out. "We think the car was registered with one of his parents, so we think he might have thrown it away," said Larry Crowson
As part of the investigation, the police discovered that the boy used the car without his parents' consent or knowledge.
& # 39; We are trying to figure that out. We think the car was registered with one of his parents, so we think he might have thrown it away, & said Lry Crowson. & # 39; New driver, did not know how to drive. & # 39;
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