Two 16-year-old girls arrested in connection to Alsip carjacking
ALSIP, Ill. - Two 16-year-old girls were screened for charges stemming from an aggravated carjacking in suburban Alsip.
On Tuesday at about 9:12 p.m., Illinois State Police received information pertaining to a Chevrolet Cruze carjacked in Alsip.
At about 11:18 p.m., an ISP trooper located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop near 93rd Street and Stoney Island Avenue in Chicago.
The vehicle did not stop, and a pursuit ensued.
The vehicle then crashed on the ramp to I-55 north from I-94 north.
Two juvenile offenders were detained, and transported to an area hospital for precautionary reasons.
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Once released from the hospital, the 16-year-old driver was screened for charges of aggravated fleeing, aggravated possession of a stolen motor vehicle and traffic offenses.
The 16-year-old passenger was screened for charges of criminal trespass to a vehicle.
The case was reviewed, and the teens were released to their guardians.