A pair of juveniles with a gun in Atlanta crashed a stolen Chevrolet Silverado truck into a vacant building Nov. 10.

Officers responded to studies of the stolen automobile in a parking zone in southwest Atlanta, the place suspects allegedly started to flee from officers.

Armed juvenile teens crash into vacant Atlanta building. (Atlanta PD)

Armed juvenile teens crash into vacant Atlanta building. (Atlanta PD)

“While fleeing, the Silverado drove into the front of a marked patrol vehicle and the passenger fired a handgun toward officers,” the Atlanta Police Department stated in a Facebook publish Wednesday. “The truck then fled down Cascade Avenue and struck an SUV before crashing into a vacant building at 804 Cascade Avenue.”

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Multiple officers had been dispatched and “quickly” situated occupants of the stolen automobile “attempting to hide on top of a commercial refrigerator unit inside the vacant building.”

Officers then took two juvenile suspects — a 16-year-old driver and a 16-year-old passenger — into custody and located a stolen handgun close to their hiding place.

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“No officers fired their weapons during the incident and the juveniles sustained minor injuries from the motor vehicle accident,” police stated. “The occupants of the SUV did not sustain serious injuries in the crash. We are proud of the work these officers did in catching these suspects.”

804 Cascade Avenue, Atlanta, Ga. (Google Maps)

804 Cascade Avenue, Atlanta, Ga. (Google Maps)

The driver has been charged with aggravated assault towards police, felony obstruction, theft by receiving stolen auto, fleeing and eluding, reckless driving, hit and run, interference with authorities property and different expenses. 

The passenger was beforehand wished for aggravated assault and was charged with aggravated assault towards police, possession of a firearm by an individual beneath 18, possession of a firearm throughout fee of a felony, obstruction, theft of a firearm and reckless conduct.

The Atlanta Police Department has recorded almost 200 auto theft incidents in November alone and greater than 2,703 whole instances for the yr as of the week ending on Nov. 7. Auto theft has elevated 7% within the metropolis since 2020.