DELAND, Fla. - Three Orlando teenagers are in custody after they ran a red light Tuesday morning and crashed into a semitruck causing it to overturn in DeLand, police said.
Officers said they attempted to stop the stolen Toyota Corolla before the crash but were not pursuing the vehicle when it crashed.
Police said the crash happened after 4 a.m. Tuesday at the intersection of U.S. Highway 92 and Spring Garden Avenue.
Officers said two of the three teens in the car tried to run after the crash, but all three were detained and taken to a hospital before being taken into custody. The moment the teens were tracked down by a Volusia County K9 deputy were captured on body camera.
Richard Cyprien, 18, is facing a charge of trespass of a conveyance/structure, and Jayden Steven-Martin, 18, and Chrisian Bordeloy, 17, are facing the same charge as well as a charge of resisting an officer without violence.
Police said additional charges related to the stolen car and crash are expected later on.
The crash caused road closures in the area as the cleanup and investigation into the crash continued.
DeLand police said the Corolla was reported stolen from the Orlando area Saturday.
Watch body camera footage of the incident below:
Deputies assisted @DeLandPD early this morning after a fleeing stolen vehicle crashed into a semi. Two occupants ran away and hid, only to be found by K-9 Solo & co. Police arrested three suspects (ages 18, 18 and 17) on misdemeanor charges with additional charges possible later. pic.twitter.com/5e2NX7kWoR— Volusia Co. Sheriff (@VolusiaSheriff) July 9, 2019
These are two of the 3 teens (18 yo Richard Cyprien on left & 18 yo Jayden Stevens-Martin on right ).@DeLandPD says stole a car out of #ORLANDO and crashed it into a semi when police tried to pull them over this morning. The third is 17 pic.twitter.com/ZTkwSVcHOa— Mike Springer WFTV (@mspringerwftv) July 9, 2019
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