The pursuit ended when a trooper nudged the auto into a sign.
Cleveland.com reports that the incident started at around 8:30 a.m. on Thursday morning, when the boy took auto while his sister, who was supposed to take him to school, was in the shower.
According to Fox8, earlier in October, the boy stole the same vehicle until three-flat tires left him stranded on the side of the highway. He then got on the turnpike and was stopped near mile marker 121 by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
"Break the window", one trooper said. At one point during the call, the mother told the dispatcher she was anxious her son would get into an accident. State police picked up the pursuit when the child entered Interstate 80. During the roadblock, one trooper made eye contact with the boy and directed him to pull over, but he continued to flee, police said. The boy responded by shaking his head and stepping on the gas, Reeder said.
"Oh my f--g god", the woman says.
"I told him, he could've hurt somebody, he could've hurt himself, or he could've been killed, he could've killed somebody else ... and you knew you were wrong".
A 10-year-old OH boy has been charged with felony fleeing and eluding for leading police and state troopers on a miles-long pursuit that reached speeds of 100 mph. It ended around 9:45 a.m. after an officer forced the child to crash into a police cruiser. After the driver failed to stop, officers with the Westlake Police Department pursued the vehicle.
Shortly after, the boy's mother arrived and questioned her son.
"Why did you do this when I kept trying to get you to stop?" his mother asks.
The boy's joyride was the second in as many weeks, according to police. He was later found driving with three flat tires on Interstate 90.
According to a police report obtained by The Tribune, the boy allegedly stole his mother's vehicle on October 16.