Teen guilty of misdemeanor for bus theft

Posted on July 12, 2012

FOND DU LAC, Wis. — A boy accused of stealing a school bus from one yard last month and driving it to another of the bus company's terminals has been found guilty of a misdemeanor, according to The Reporter.

As previously reported, the boy reportedly broke into a Johnson School Bus Service office and took the bus keys.

The boy, who was convicted of an amended charge of driving a vehicle without consent, ran away from a shelter before taking the bus. He told police he was looking for a place to sleep for the night.

To read the full story from The Reporter, click here.

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