Sheriff details history of teens killed in stolen-car crash



The Pinellas County sheriff detailed the series of events that led up to a violent crash that killed three teenagers in a stolen car over the weekend.

According to investigators, the teens involved — ranging in ages from 14 to 18 — have extensive criminal histories and have been arrested a combined 126 times. Most of them had just been released from the juvenile detention center this year.

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15 thoughts on “Sheriff details history of teens killed in stolen-car crash

  1. If all "teens"-committing-grand-theft stories ended this way, we should start leaving cars running with the doors open in the middle of the hood. A few thousand dollars for a used car and a couple body bags vs. millions for court, incarceration, probation/parole, work release, etc etc. 126 arrests, these "teens" probably already racked up a million. All for what, so they could die doing the exact same thing.

  2. I do feel for the families that lost loved ones however the step mother that said it was senseless and then something about it 'just happened', well I agree that it was senseless but it didn't 'just happen', these kids stole vehicles on purpose.

  3. how tragic the person got their car stolen but on the bright side it crashed and as the newscaster said at 2:07 they were throwed from it , what a great and humorous story

  4. LMFAO, good kid that fell into the wrong crowd. Hope they were all three alive when the vehicle went up in flames, hell's gonna be a lot hotter lol.

  5. Such a waste of life… So many counts of grand theft! System seems so worthless. Stack the murders on Campbell. You cant control people as fucked up as that! Better dead in my opinion. Maybe the others will quit…. Doubt it lol.

  6. Think of the hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars that will not have to be spent incarcerating and prosecuting these turds. Taxpayer victory!

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