Three juveniles facing charges after leading OSP on a 16-mile chase
HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) - Three juveniles are facing charges after leading toppers on a 16-mile chase along I-75 and I-70 June 18.
According to the Piqua post of the Ohio State Higway Patrol, they got a 911 call about a driver driving erratically, and two of their troopers spotted the car speeding and attempted to stop it.
At that point, the driver reportedly took off, with the chase ending when OSP used a maneuver to fore the car to stop off the right side of the road on I-70 eastbound at the exit ramp to 202.
The driver was 16 years old, according to an OSP sergeant, and the passengers were 15 and 17, all three black males originally from the Dayton area. One of the teens was reportedly a missing foster child out of Russia who had been gone for a few days.
Later in their investigation, troopers also discovered the car they were driving was stolen from Sidney.
Two of the teens reportedly had warrants for their arrests, and all three will face charges for receiving stolen property. The 16-year-old driver will also face fleeing and alluding charges, as well as one for driving without a license.