As police chase, teens throw money and other stuff out of the windows

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HOUSTON -  A quad of kids, wanted for robbing at least six locations over the weekend in north and central Houston, lead Houston police on a high speed chase before being caught.

Police tried to pull the four teens over, when they spotted the crew's Expedition on the road, but they weren't having it, fleeing fast and leading police on a chase for several miles

"From the loop and North Main through the Museum District back around to downtown then Montrose and the Heights area back up here to the Garden Oaks area," said Houston Police Department Sgt. John Nickell, outlining the pursuit path.

During the chase, police say the juveniles began tossing their ill-gotten gain out of the car windows. According to police, purses, weapons and cash went flying.

The teens reportedly tried ramming police cars during the chase. It turns out the getaway car was stolen and police believe it was taken from a family member of an HPD officer.

The teens are off the street and under the spotlight now, police hoping the gangly gang will spill secrets about their spree.


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