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This 12-Year-Old Can't Stop Stealing Vehicles (Video)
Posted by Steve on August 12 2014
Michael Propst, a 12-year-old in Florida who has previously been accused of stealing two school buses, is back to his old ways.  He's now being accused of stealing his neighbor's pickup truck.  

After being busted back in June for his first school bus heist, Propst served 21 days in Juvenile Detention.  The day after he got out, he stole his mother's car, as well as his second school bus!  He was picked up again by cops while driving that bus.  That earned him another 21 day stint in Juvie.

Propst got out again and basically went right back to his old ways.  He cut off his ankle monitor and attempted to steal his mother's car again.  When that didn't go well, he went over to the neighbor's house and tried stealing a go-kart.  Fail number two.  He was finally successful, though, at stealing his neighbor's truck.

Not surprisingly, authorities are saying that Propst may not have the best home life and that may be what has lead to some of his issues.
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