Kid, 14, takes deputy on 90 mph chase and crash

Wearing ankle bracelet for previous crimes.

A Dane County Sheriff’s deputy apprehended a 14-year-old following a 10-mile long chase that reached speeds of 90 mph early Monday morning.

The deputy took over the pursuit of a stolen 2009 Hyundai Sonata from Oregon police shortly after 3 a.m. Monday 03-22-2020. The vehicle was traveling eastbound on Highway 138 at Flint Road when the deputy took over the chase.

After roughly 10 miles, the 14-year-old who was driving the stolen vehicle crashed and ran from the vehicle. Law enforcement officials said he was quickly apprehended and taken to the Juvenile Reception Center for operating a motor vehicle without owner’s consent, speeding failure to maintain control, operating without a license, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of eluding.

Officials said they had been searching for the suspect after he ran away from his home earlier that night.

The 14-year -old was on electronic monitoring for serial vehicle thefts.


Grand Theft AutoFive teens drive recklessly

Police arrested three of five teens 6:26 pm Sunday 03/22/2020, including one who was hiding in a trash bin in the 700 block of S. Gammon Road, after the group fled from a stolen car that had been driving recklessly.

The driver failed to stop for police, but soon abandoned the stolen car in a parking lot. Arrested teens were taken to the Juvenile Reception Center on tentative charges of operating a motor vehicle without owner’s consent and resisting.

Stolen Vehicle – Over the weekend, Madison police responded to one residence for two stolen vehicles.  One of the vehicles was located abandoned on Colins Court. Still looking for the other.

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5 Responses to Kid, 14, takes deputy on 90 mph chase and crash

  1. George's Son says:

    Some cars have On-Star or some-such that disables the vehicle. It’s time now for “monitoring devices” to have a similar feature, perhaps 100 amps… And…. a carbon-steel attachment bracelet, preferably one weighing 50 pounds or more. While Fridays disaster wasn’t “stolen car” related, it is a scary harbinger of things to come.


  2. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    When there are no consequences for criminal miscreants, there exists no deterrent.

    Oh; and monitoring bracelets aren’t worth a $#!t!

    The Gotch


  3. James larson says:

    I missed you Gotch from channel 3000, the liberal site where they shut comments down when it violates their narrative.


    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      The Gotch has never posted to Channel3000, which hopefully shall set your mind at ease.

      Sites that demand ideological purity? Try Rolling Stone, Slate, ABCNEWS, Mother Jones, or Portland’s OLive.

      If they don’t ban you outright for not thinking right, they use the particularly craven shadow banning method, where your comments appear to you, but to no one else.

      As if a Righty needs any other reasons to mock entrenched Lefties, am I right?

      The Gotch


  4. James larson says:

    Another car smashed into house jade ln and they ran away.


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