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Police tell us one of the two boys who stole a car from Denver and drove it to Colorado Springs has now been charged. The 14 year old was charged with stealing the car and vehicular eluding.
The two boys eventually crashed into a security guard at Colorado College. He will be okay.
There was also a 12 year old in the car, but police say the 14 year old was responsible.
Two teens are in custody after a joyride in a vehicle stolen from the Denver area.
The vehicle was equipped with OnStar, allowing police to track its movements. Officers eventually located the car in downtown Colorado Springs and tried to pull the teens over. The teens refused stop, and fled down Cascade to Uintah, where they crashed into a Colorado College security guard riding in a golf cart.
The security guard was injured in the collision, but police say his injuries were non-life threatening.
The teens abandoned the car in a nearby parking lot after the crash. Police soon caught up with them and took both into custody.
Police say both suspects are boys. They say they are 12 and 14-years-old.
The charges against them are unknown at this time. Both boys are from Denver.
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