Jesus Apparently Didn’t Like These ‘Kids’ Stealing A SUV – Wicked Carnage!

Things didn’t go as planned for a group of teens that stole a car and an SUV.

The group of six teens stole a Chrysler Sebring and a Ford Explorer on Thursday. An officer spotted the stolen vehicles at around 1 am on Sunday. Police set up a perimeter but were unable to locate the Sebring and Explorer. Another officer spotted the teens as they were playing a game of ‘cat and mouse’ where the cars speed up and slow down.

During the game, the Explorer ran a red light. The SUV’s estimated speed was 100 MPH when it hit another driver, flew into the air, hit a billboard, rolled down the road and burst into flames killing 3 of the teens inside. A fourth teen is injured and in the hospital. The driver of the vehicle that was hit had minor injuries.

Keontae Brown, 16, Jimmie Goshey, 14, and Dejarae Thomas, 16, died Sunday morning around 4am in Palm Harbor, Florida.

Another teen, Keondrae Brown, 14, was in the car with them and was injured. He was taken to the hospital.
Two other teens, Kamal Campbell, 18, and Deyon Kaigler, 16, were also arrested.

Here is what remains of the stolen Ford Explorer:

These 6 teens were all known to police. The three deceased teens had ‘extensive criminal histories’ and one of them had left jail only last week.

All six teens had been ‘running in tandem’ since they stole the Explorer and a Chrysler Sebring on Thursday, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said Sunday morning at a press conference.

He called the three teens who died ‘prolific offenders’ and said the incident was ‘an unfortunate continuation of the epidemic of juveniles engaging in the deadly game of auto burglary and auto thefts’, WFLA reported.
Source: Daily Mail


These teen thieves didn’t realize that crime doesn’t pay.

They also didn’t realize that going 100 MPH through a red light is deadly.

Well, their buddies know now.

The question is, will they do anything with that information?

Or just carry on as before?

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by Doug Giles

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Either Liberals just don’t get it, or they are sick in the head. Probably both. Think about it: They want to have all of the blessings that come with living in a capitalist society such as modern medicine and technology. But they believe in socialism, which stifles innovation and progress.

They want to be protected by the police and the military, but they attack and criticize the men and women who protect us. They call conservatives “racists,” but it’s their own identity politics that have created race problems in the first place. After all, Democrats were the party of slavery!

They attack hunters, but have no problem wearing leather shoes or owning cars with leather upholstery! And of course, they believe guns kill people. Not the people that pull the trigger.

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