HOWLAND -- Township and Warren city police apprehended one juvenile and two adults they believe are suspects in numerous car break-ins.
Patrol officer Tim Hughes of Howland said that around 3 a.m. today he heard on his scanner city police searching for men on Beal Street N.W. who may have broken into cars.
Hughes, who was on Elm Road, then noticed a car driving erratically. The license indicated it was registered to a resident on Beal Street. Hughes attempted to stop the car but the driver wouldn't stop.
After a brief chase, the car stopped on a side street near East Market Street in Warren and the driver and two passengers fled. Hughes was able to apprehend the driver and one passenger.
Warren police, other Howland officers and deputy sheriffs were able to find the other passenger, Hughes said.
Hughes said the driver, a 15-year-old boy from Warren, is being held in the county juvenile detention center. Hughes said he is planning to file numerous traffic charges against the boy later today.
City police also plan to file burglary charges against the juvenile and the 22-year-old and 19-year-old passengers, Hughes said.