A homeowner thwarted a teen’s attempt to steal his car in Cass County, Nebraska this past Saturday on July 14. WOWT NBC Channel 6 published a story about the incident on their site on Monday, July 16.
Per Cass County deputies, the incident happened at a residence near Lake Waconda this past Saturday night. The teenage suspect’s vehicle broke down somewhere near the residence. The teen went to the home and knocked on the door.
After the victim opened the door, the teen showed the victim his firearm. He demanded that the victim hand over his car keys. Instead of handing over his car keys, the victim retreated towards the back of the residence and retrieved his own firearm.
The suspect then left. Deputies said that the suspect went to another home, but left before causing a disturbance.
Based on witness descriptions, authorities were able to track down the teenage suspect. Deputies took the suspect into custody on Sunday, July 15. They sent the suspect to the Juvenile Detention Facility in Sarpy County.
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