BROOKLYN, OH (NBC) - An 11-year-old boy led Ohio police on a wild chase Sunday night that could soon land him felony charges.
Brooklyn police first caught up with him outside a former fire station. He was behind the wheel of his mom's Dodge Durango and refused to stay put.
Soon, he was speeding away, weaving in and out of traffic and reaching speeds of 90-miles-per-hour.
It was similar to when he pulled two times last year, when the boy took the family car and ignored police commands.
The last time, he drove about 40 miles east and nearly made it to Sandusky when stop sticks ended the pursuit.
Weeks before that, he was on I-90 when his tires blew out.
He was the only person ever to be injured. Sunday night, he was treated for scrapes after flipping his mom's SUV.