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Joyrider charged after crash

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Speed, operator inexperience big contributing factors

By Damon Lawrence

A 15-year-old is facing several charges for a Saturday afternoon car crash that left a big hole in the Josh Igou State Farm Insurance building in Kingston.
“He was charged for joy-riding because he took mama’s car without permission, reckless driving, reckless endangerment and driving with no license,” Kingston Police Sgt. Jamie Melton said.
The juvenile was also issued a citation in city court because his mother could not produce proof of insurance on the Honda Civic.


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