Two juveniles have been charged after a car was stopped on Langston Road in Loughton.
Video footage (scroll down) of the incident was widely shared on social media over the weekend, as the driver of the suspect vehicle attempted to ram innocent motorists out of their way.
A 15-year-old-boy (who cannot be named for legal reasons) [A] from Wood Green was charged with possession of Class B drugs (cannabis); failing to stop a mechanically propelled vehicle when required by a constable; aggravated vehicle taking and dangerous driving; driving a motor vehicle otherwise than in accordance with a licence; using a motor vehicle on a road without third party insurance; and, driving a mechanically propelled vehicle on a road without due care and attention.
A second 15-year-old-boy [B] also from Wood Green was charged with aggravated vehicle taking and dangerous driving; and, allowing to be carried in /on a motor vehicle taken without the owner’s consent.
They have been bailed to appear at Highbury Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, 31 October.
Two 14-year-old girls who were arrested on suspicion of possession of a bladed article and allowing themselves to be carried in a stolen car, have been released under investigation.
The charges follow an attempted stop of a car in Enfield at approximately 09:25hrs on Saturday, 28 September.
The vehicle failed to stop for police before colliding with several cars on Langston Road.
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