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Sheriff: Two 14-year-old girls admit to carjacking
Monday, April 30, 2012

ORANGEBURG, SC - Two 14-year-old girls pleaded guilty in Family Court Thursday to Sunday’s carjacking at Ashley and Mingo Streets, according to sheriff's deputies.

According to the Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office, the 21-year-old victim did not know the two girls prior to the incident. The victim gave the girls a ride home because it was raining.

According to the victim, she stopped at a house and one of the girls got out of the vehicle to knock on the door.

Deputies say when the girl returned; she pulled the victim out of the vehicle, threw her on the ground and kneed her in the head. The girl then got into the victim’s vehicle and drove off, according to sheriff’s deputies.

Officers say the stolen vehicle was located on Tuesday near the intersection of Bramble Lane and Bonneville Drive in a wooded area.

The two girls were detained at the Department of Juvenile Justice on charges of carjacking, assault and battery – third degree, and driving without a license.

Source: http://orangeburg.wistv.com/news/crime/52262-sheriff-two-14-year-old-girls-admit-carjacking

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