North Dakota teens arrested in Sioux Falls after crime spree
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - Two North Dakota teenagers face numerous charges after a crime spree that authorities say started in Fargo and ended in Sioux Falls, where they were arrested.
Sioux Falls police say the 15-year-old boys allegedly stole a car in Fargo and drove to Sioux Falls, where they held up a convenience store last week. The teens then allegedly stole another vehicle after pointing a gun at a man on Monday. That evening, a 12-year-old girl reported that two men knocked on her apartment door, threatened her with a gun and took her cellphone.
The teens were arrested after pointing a gun at a police officer and unsuccessfully trying to flee. Authorities later determined that the weapon was a BB gun.