Brown Deer police: Three juveniles arrested following pursuit of vehicle stolen in Milwaukee

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BROWN DEER — Brown Deer police say three juveniles were arrested during a pursuit after their vehicle’s front driver’s side tire fell off the vehicle.

This all began around 9:00 a.m., when a Brown Deer police officer attempted a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed through the village.

Police say the vehicle failed to stop, and fled the scene.

During a short pursuit, the suspect vehicle’s front driver’s side tire fell off — and the three juveniles were taken into custody near 60th and Good Hope Road.

Police say the suspect vehicle had been stolen out of Milwaukee — but it had not yet been reported as stolen by the owner, a rental company.

The suspects — a 14-year-old girl, a 17-year-old boy and a 14-year-old girl could face charges of operating without owner’s consent, fleeing, joy riding and recklessly endangering safety.

Several municipal citations were issued.

5 comments

  • hoodhater

    MPS must be on Easter Break. I’m sure these future “McFlippers” were just suffering from cabin fever and needed to get out and enjoy the weather. How dare the police try to stop them. They stole that car fair and square. Plus “thems all good kids an aint done did nuffin.”

  • Shouldn't you be in school

    Watched the whole thing unfold. Curious to know how a 14 year old learned to take a corner that way. Probably going 60 if not faster. Lucky no one was in that turning lane when they flew over all 3 lanes of good hope and over the medium. Great job parents. You’re doing awesome.

  • A yooper

    Where are those big oak trees when we need them? 14 &17 stealing cars early in the morning. Lock up the little rats for as long as possible. Send them to that lock up that was reported to be tough on punks. let them text out to friends how bad it really is.

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