Three Oklahoma teens arrested for allegedly breaking into car, being out past curfew

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Police in Oklahoma City say they arrested three Mustang teenagers after they were allegedly caught with stolen property.

On March 10, officers received a few calls from neighbors after they spotted three teens looking in their neighbor’s cars.

The witnesses say the teens saw them and sped off but not before they were able to get a description of their truck.

A short time later, authorities spotted that same vehicle and pulled the truck over.

According to the police affidavit, the driver, 16-year-old Jacob Husted, was very nervous and said he did not have a driver’s license.

After arresting the teens for being out past curfew, the officer allegedly came across a casino card with someone else’s name on it.

After contacting the woman on the card, officials learned several items were missing from her truck.

The truck was parked in the driveway with the passenger’s door unlocked.

Authorities arrested 16-year-old Jacob Husted, 15-year-old Christian Forson and 16-year-old Chester Austin for auto-burglary, concealing stolen property and breaking curfew.

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