Police: 4 teens in custody after fleeing from stolen vehicle - WSMV Channel 4

Police: 4 teens in custody after fleeing from stolen vehicle

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Kenneth Seay was identified as the driver of the vehicle. (Source: Metro Nashville PD) Kenneth Seay was identified as the driver of the vehicle. (Source: Metro Nashville PD)
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Four of the six teens who Metro police say ran from a stolen vehicle in the parking lot of McGavock High School on Monday are in custody.

Police said a principal say a 16-year-old former student with five other young people she did not recognize in the Nissan Altima just after 2 p.m. They all ran when a school resource officer approached.

The vehicle had been reported stolen early Monday morning outside the victim’s home on Kottas Place Drive.

Officers and police dogs flooded the area. Officer Steve Holland and police dog Kaos located the driver, 18-year-old Kenneth Seay, and a 16-year-old hiding behind an outbuilding in the 2500 block of Midvale Drive.

A 15-year-old girl was found in a nearby wooded area. A 14-year-old suspect was located hiding in the third flood laundry room of a nursing home in the 3200 block of Fernbrook Lane.

Two 16-year-olds, including the former student, are still at large.

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