April 07, 2021
Greetings fellow Bizarros:
They love their Cheerios in Minnesota. So much so that when a 10-year-old boy discovered there were no Cheerios left in the house he did the only thing he could think of in such a critical moment. He stole his parents' minivan to drive to the store. Things were actually going pretty well until he started to get chased by the police.
A 10-year-old Stillwater boy who led police on a chase in his parents' minivan says he was headed to the store to buy Cheerios.
Local news reported that a police officer spotted the boy driving the van around 9:30 p.m. Sunday and knew immediately he was either 10 or 11 years old.
The boy fled when the officer activated his emergency lights, leading police on a chase that reached speeds of 50 mph. At one point he drove through an intersection and a residential yard in reverse, narrowly missing a tree. Police eventually blocked his path, ending the chase. No one was hurt.
The boy told police he was headed to Target or a downtown Stillwater co-op to buy Cheerios for breakfast. His parents told police they were sleeping and had no idea he had taken their van.
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