On Aug. 10, police received a call from a woman who reported her vehicle stolen by a known juvenile.
The woman said the theft allegedly took place when she was at church, and noted she had driven to the church with the juvenile suspect. At some point another male juvenile came to her with her vehicle keys and told her that the suspect she rode with that morning was driving her vehicle. The woman found that the vehicle had been returned to the church, but was not left where she parked it. That’s when reports note the young man had stolen her keys from her purse and “gone joy riding with her vehicle without her permission.” The woman told police the young man has done this in the past. When she went to confront him about taking her vehicle, reports note that he “just walked off on her.” Then she decided to call police. The young man who had given the woman her keys noted that he had seen her vehicle driving with no head lights on, while traveling on Seaboard, the street near the church and thought it was her. But he said when he went to ask her if he could borrow her vehicle, and found the male suspect behind the wheel, he took the keys and that’s when he reported it to the victim.
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