Baby Gangstas Accused Of Robbing Home To Buy Grills, Jewelry And Luxury Cars
What would you do if your teenage son gifted you with a luxury car? Well, in the case of the baby gangsta crew from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, their parents must have looked the other way. Six teenage boys, from 14-16 years old, are accused of robbing a home in Florida, making off with over 200K. After buying grills and other items, they gifted their parents and siblings with luxury cars ranging from a brand new $80,000 Dodge Charger to a used $25,000 Mercedes-Benz.
The Sun Sentinel reports:
The six boys charged with breaking into a home and stealing a Porsche, a safe stuffed with more than $200,000 in cash and two loaded handguns were so young that only one was old enough to drive.
But the Fort Lauderdale teens — ages 14 to 16 — are experienced in crime well beyond their years and have lengthy rap sheets, authorities say.
One of the teens, Rural Scott, 15, was on probation and wearing a court-ordered ankle monitor when he told investigators he served as lookout during the April 27 break-in in Fort Pierce.
St. Lucie County Sheriff Ken Mascara called the teenagers “thugs” who “intentionally targeted our community, searched out a house in an affluent neighborhood and stole their life savings.”
When charged with burglary and grand theft, all six of the teenagers were already in custody on other charges.
The teens are accused not just of committing the theft, but of recklessly flaunting the fruits of their crime. After getting away with the guns, car and the loot, the teens went on a spending spree, police said.