Transcript for 2 Young Kids Allegedly Steal Car for Their Second Joy Ride
Thanks so much, rich. Turning to a dangerous deja Vu. Two young kids stealing a car, going on a joyride and this isn't the first time they've done it. ABC's Reena ninan has the incredible 911 calls. Hi, I just passed a car that looked like about a 10-year-old was driving it. Reporter: It was a 911 call that sent police in Washington county, Wisconsin, into overdrive. Reports of two children taking a joyride. It looked like they were looking through the steer wheel. They barely were tall enough to see. Looked like two kids were in the vehicle. Reporter: The driver a 9-year-old who apparently stole his stepfather's car and was too short to fully see over the wheel and riding shotgun a 4-year-old relative. I looked over and I'm like what the hell and they were kind of driving a little sporadically like weaving. Reporter: At one point they were driving in the wrong lane. Eventually a deputy caught up with them but not before the boy joyrider drove the car straight into a ditch. These tire tracks marking the spot. The boys weren't hurt and the car was undamaged but it turns out this wasn't the young duo's first road trip. I just watched a car being stolen here by these two little kids, this he can't be more than 8 years old. Reporter: In June they stole a different car from a parking lot before driving more than twice the speed limit to go to their grandmother's house. There's a red grand am that is using both plains just weaving back and forth really bad of the. Reporter: That time in these boys pulled in front to get them to stop. I can't believe they got back on the road after they got hurt almost the first time. Reporter: They're looking into possible child neglect and once the investigation is complete it'll go to the d.a.'s office. A joyride with potentially serious consequences. Get away with it twice. Amazing nothing happened to them twice. Thanks so much, Reena.
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