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Juvenile crimes: Young Minnesota boy arrested after chase

Criminal situations in which juveniles are allegedly involved can lead to complicated legal proceedings. Individuals facing charges for juvenile crimes may feel scared about their predicament, and their parents may be concerned about how to make the best choices moving forward. As a result, they may wish to find out as much information about the potential legal proceedings as possible in order to make better informed decisions.

One family in Minnesota may be hoping to become more knowledgeable in certain legal areas after an 11-year-old boy was taken into custody. Reports stated that the boy had purportedly stolen a cement truck and was traveling at a high rate of speed. Police apparently tried to stop the truck, but after pulling over, the child allegedly began driving again. Police reportedly pursued the truck, and the chase reached speeds of approximately 70 mph. 

The chase eventually ended when the juvenile stopped the truck on a dead end street. He then got out of the truck and purportedly tried to run, but he was apparently caught by officers. He was taken into custody as a result of the situation, and at the time of the report, charges were pending. 

If the boy is formally charged in the reported event, his parents will undoubtedly want to work toward making the best decisions possible for his case. As a result, they may want to find out more information on how juvenile crimes are handled in the Minnesota criminal justice system and what proceedings their son may face. Discussing the situation with an experienced attorney may also help them better understand the predicament.

Source: kare11.com, “11-year-old steals cement truck“, March 21, 2016