DUNEDIN, Fla. - Two teens face child abuse charges after they let two small children ride on the hood of a moving car, deputies said.
The incident happened early Sunday in a parking lot in Dunedin.
According to Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies, the children were screaming so loudly that patrons at a nearby establishment heard them.
The Tampa Bay Times reports the children were inside a Laundromat by the time deputies arrived, but Hallie Gray, 19, was still in the car when a deputy approached.
Deputies said Gray raised her hands and said "bring it" before resisting arrest.
Each teen faces felony counts of child abuse. Gray faces an additional a resisting arrest charge.
The children's ages and their relationship to the teens were unclear.
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