11-year-old drives his mother's car, crashes into sidewalk

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 11, 2010 19:02

 
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An 11 year old boy from the Kastel, near Mevasseret, was arrested on Sunday after driving his mother's car and crashing into a sidewalk.

Apparently, the boy had gotten into his mother's car without her knowledge or permission and driven away. His mother, noticing his absence, called the police. The boy was caught after crashing into the sidewalk, when residents noticed the minor in the driver's seat and notified police.



The boy was not hurt, and was being questioned by police as to the motive behind the incident.

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