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By Janelle Griffith
1-year-old boy in Ohio faces any felonylador after stolen her mother’s car and led the police on the hunt for Sunday night – because she took away his PlayStation, said authorities.
Police in Brooklyn, Ohio, said the boy stole her mother’s Dodge Durango at 10:45 on Sunday after the two argued.
Officers said they pursued the car while the boy ran ruthlessly, ran red lights and reached speeds over 70 miles per hour.
The boy’s mother told police that she noticed her car keys were missing and later received a call from the boy’s father who informed her that he had seen him drive on Memphis Avenue. She told the police that the boy took his SUV because he was upset that she had taken her PlayStation according to the incident report.
She also said that he suffered from behavioral and emotional problems.
Police said they chased the car several miles but ended when it was learned that the driver was 11 years old, said police chief Scott Mielke to NBC News.
The boy was taken to the hospital and treated to scratches, the police said.
During an interview with officers In the hospital, in the presence of their parents, the police say that the boy told him that he was not paying attention when he crashed.
The police said they recommend that he meets felony flying and eliminates charges in the youth chair. The fees will be determined by the prosecutor’s office in Cuyahoga County.
It was the third time he led the police on a hunt.
At the first incident in October 2017, he was accused of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after he went on his father’s car, the police said.
A week later, October 26, 2017, he led the police on the hunt with his mom’s car lasting about an hour. The boy told the police at the time he took his car because he was bored.
The boy was not injured in the previous chasas and the charges were dismissed in both of these incidents.