11-Year-Old Boy Leads Police On High Speed Chase For Second Time

After his mother took away his PlayStation, and 11-year-old boy led police on chase and turned off lights at 90 mph

Brooklyn, OH - A 11-year-old boy from Cleveland led police on his second-high speed chase in 13 months on Sunday after his mother took his PlayStation away.

The boy was arrested by police after he crashed into a parked truck after leading three different police officers on a chase that were all eventually called off after the boy turned off the lights to the SUV while driving at speeds as high as 90 mph, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

The incident started at about 10:45 p.m. when the boy and his mother got into an argument.

The mother took away his video game system and then went to bed. She then noticed the her car keys were missing.

She later got a call from the boy’s father saying he saw his son driving his mother’s 2013 Dodge Durango out on the road, according to police reports.

The boy’s father chased after his son but the boy tried to hide in a former Brooklyn fire station.

A Brooklyn Police Department officer noticed the SUV and stopped to see if the driver needed help. However, the boy then took off and drove the wrong way down a street and went through stop lights and was weaving in and out of traffic, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

The police officer chased after the boy into Cleveland until the boy turned off the lights of his SUV while at speeds as high as 90 mph, according to police reports. The police officer lost sight of the SUV, but another Brooklyn police officer picked up the chase. The second officer also lost track of the SUV.

A third police officer, this one from Parma Heights, spotted the SUV and chased after it before it was called off.

About 25 minutes later, the boy crashed into the truck and his mother’s SUV flipped over after the crash.

Police released a video that showed parts of the chase.

After the crash, the 11-year-old boy walked out of the SUV and fell down, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

The boy was taken to the hospital and treated for scrapes and cuts and was released. He is being housed in the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Detention Center.

No charges had been filed as of Nov. 5.

The Cleveland Plain Dealer stated that police reports said the 11-year-old boy has attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder, and oppositional defiant disorder.

The boy took police on his first high-speed chase on Oct. 26, 2017. In that instance, the boy was waiting for his sister to take him to school when he stole his mother’s car and sped off.

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Det_John_Kimble
Det_John_Kimble

What does this kid play all day on this PlayStation, Grand Theft Auto?

UhO5O
UhO5O

@Det_John_Kimble I was thinking the same thing!

Gap Filler
Gap Filler

"the 11-year-old boy has attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder, and oppositional defiant disorder" Actually, no he doesn't. That's what modern age shrinks would like us all to believe. All this child needs is a good old fashioned butt whooping to straighten out his "oppositional defiant disorder" and good solid parent who'd be willing to enforce or impliment such a policy called discipline. I've never heard of such malarky in my life! "In my day" if I even thought of doing something this stupid I'd of gotten a paddling for it and I'm not out stealing cars or shooting up schools because of the butt whoopings I got at home! Instead I became a psychologist and worked with law enforcement in another capacity! Lol!

Burgers Allday
Burgers Allday

Kudos to the police for breaking off the chase to minize death and damage. This week's (episode 8), and next week's, episodes of the Serial podcast are about the Cuyahoga County juvenile justice system. Interesting listening for those CJ majors out there who are interested in how the juvenile justice system works:

LordSeamus
LordSeamus

I forsee a future race car driver in the making....maybe he'll be a demolition derby driver ?

THEDUKE
THEDUKE

"The Cleveland Plain Dealer stated that police reports said the 11-year-old boy has attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder, and opposition defiant disorder."

Ah, no.... sorry ..it wont work this time.....stop PC sugar coating these shit behavioral problems and get them off the street and into visits with counselors for the next 5 years....but first make sure they are off the streets.

LaneysSis
LaneysSis

And his mother isn't bright enough to hide her car keys because?....now who has a mental disorder? It's time she assume all monetary damage this kid has done. And wouldn't be a bad idea to put this kid in a facility to treat all his "ailments."

onecaster2
onecaster2

That's a lot of fancy "disorders"...in short he is a snot-nosed punk who needs his ass kicked and spend time in jail.

onecaster2
onecaster2

"Oppositional difiant disorder?" Boy, that's a new one. It means he is a brat who doesn't like to be disciplined....

JBo
JBo

I do believe this kid has used up his freebies. Time to get serious.

trud28
trud28

so what are you going to say when he gets a gun and shoots u the school???? ahh he is sorry he has a disorder well put him away so they can work on that disorder whithout him killing someone . like the others shooters did in the other schools. what the heck is wrong with this justice system????

Nielkyleevankate
Nielkyleevankate

Lock his ass up before he kills someone

TarnishedCopper
TarnishedCopper

Oppositinal Disorder..hmm the prescribed treatment probably should be a leather belt liberally applied to his bottom side. We cottle too many kids today and blame their actions on mental health disorders. Mom is partially to blame for leaving her keys where he could get them, given his past record. Perhaps some Parenting Failure Disorder as well.....