Authorities in Minnesota say an 11-year-old boy is in custody after stealing a cement truck from a contractor and leading officers on a chase.

Sheriff's officials say the chase started about 3 p.m. Sunday in Dodge Center when the boy drove the truck onto Highway 14 toward Byron.

A State Patrol helicopter tracked the truck by air. Officers followed on the ground where speeds reached 65 to 70 mph. Two squad cars were damaged during the pursuit.

The chase went on for about an hour before the boy was arrested at a dead end street. It ended when the cement truck ran over stop sticks and one of its tires came off, 

Kasson Police Officer Gary Scofield, whose squad car was rammed by the suspect during the chase, tells The Associated Press the driver was an 11-year-old boy.



09/28/2016 3:51am

Police force fights against crime therefore we have controlled on the ratio of crimes. Bribery and corruption have become a part of our society because our country police force not sincere with us. If our police force act upon all the rules and regulation, the ratio of crimes will decreased in our country.


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