2 teens arrested after stolen LSU golf cart joyride
BATON ROUGE - Police said two teens were arrested after officers put an end to their joyride on golf carts stolen from LSU on Monday.
A 14-year-old and a 16-year-old were taken into custody, but the rest of the group of teenagers escaped.
Officers responded to the scene in the area of Louisiana and St. Rose avenues at around noon after they received reports of kids riding around in LSU golf carts. The group of 8 to 10 teens scattered when BRPD arrived on the scene.
Police did not release details about how, when or the specific location from which the carts were stolen. However, they did confirm the golf carts were property of Louisiana State University.
The arrested teens were processed as juveniles for possession of stolen property before they were released to their parents.
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