SILVER SPRINGS SHORES — Three teenage boys who stole a automobile and took turns pushing a automobile in Silver Springs Shores were arrested by Marion County Sheriff’s Office deputies on Friday.
The juveniles, dual 13-year-olds and a 14-year-old, were any charged with grand thievery of a engine vehicle. One of a 13-year-old boys had an additional assign of burglary. The thievery assign stemmed from a apart incident, according to a juvenile’s detain report. The boys are students during Lake Weir Middle School, officials said.
The Star-Banner is not releasing their names since of their ages.
According to a news by Detective Keith Wilkes, he was called to a 7200 retard of Hemlock Loop in anxiety to a automobile theft. When he arrived during a location, dual women told him that a gray 2005 Toyota Camry that belonged to one of them was stolen from a driveway. The owners of a automobile told a investigator that she went to a chateau to check on one of her patients. She pronounced she left a keys in a ignition since she was usually going to stay a few minutes.
The owners of a automobile pronounced that while she was inside, she looked outward and beheld a automobile was missing. The other lady told a emissary she listened a plant screaming for her automobile and she and a plant gathering around in another automobile acid for a blank Toyota.
While looking for a car, they saw it during a intersection of Pecan Course and Pecan Road. Both women pronounced they saw 3 immature males got out of a Toyota and ran away. They called 911.
Several units arrived, searched a area and found a juveniles stealing in a lavatory during a Baseline Trailhead, located during 4255 SE 58th Ave. The teenagers were detained.
One of a 13-year-old boys told Wilkes he was walking with a other dual boys when they beheld an unoccupied automobile parked in a drive and a engine was running. The child pronounced a comparison child got into a automobile and gathering it away. He pronounced he and a other 13-year-old got into a automobile and they any took turns pushing a automobile until they were caught.
The other 13-year-old child pronounced a 14-year-old showed adult and picked adult him and a other 13-year-old boy. He pronounced they any gathering a automobile before they were apprehended.
The 14-year-old child pronounced one of a 13-year-olds stole a car, picked adult him and a other child and they gathering around. He pronounced they any gathering a car. He pronounced they were seen with a automobile and ran.
At his initial justice coming hold during a Marion County Jail on Saturday, one of a 13-year-old boys faced Judge Sarah Ritterhoff Williams, who told a child and his mom that he would sojourn in secure apprehension until his subsequent justice date on Jan. 24.
The other dual boys did not make their initial coming in front of a decider since they were expelled as their charges did not need them to be detained.
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