A sixteen-year-old fugitive from Maryland who stole a golf cart from a retirement community in Baltimore County was later arrested in York County for driving it carelessly, the police informed.
The adolescent, whose name was not revealed, was charged by Baltimore County Police for a robbery of the golf cart. After the tests, toxicology results and charges are pending in York County. Southern York County Regional Police suspect the teenager was driving under the influence and receiving stolen property.
A Southern Regional officer noticed the golf car parked in a lot of Alexander’s Jewelry, at 435 S. Main St. in Shrewsbury Borough early on Sunday morning about 6:10 a.m.
The teenager then got into the golf cart and was zigzagging across both lanes of North Main Street before the police stopped him. According to the news release, the teenager refused to collaborate.
The police later discovered the golf cart was stolen from a retirement community in the 14000 block of York Road in Baltimore County, police said.
The teen was transported to York Hospital for medical exam; he will be released to his family once he gets charges.
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