Two 15-year-old girls were arrested after crashing a stolen car on Interstate 94 in the town of Medina on Thursday morning, Madison police reported.
The car, an Audi A5 was taken around 5:35 a.m. Thursday when it was left warming up in the 5100 block of Golden Leaf Trail, Madison police spokesman Joel DeSpain said.
Witnesses saw it heading westbound on I-94 when it spun out of control, went across a median, and ended up in the eastbound lanes, DeSpain said.
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The girls ran into nearby fields, but were chased down and arrested by Dane County Sheriff’s Office deputies, and taken to the Juvenile Reception Center, DeSpain said.
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