Juveniles in jail allegedly driving in stolen Cadillac

WARREN — A pair of teenagers face a number of charges after a Tuesday morning police chase on the city’s northwest side.

Warren residents Chayne Ringold and Brooke Sombati, both 15, were stopped by police just before 5 a.m. after they were spotted speeding on roads and shortcutting through a business parking lot in a red Cadillac, a police report states. Ringold was arrested on charges of falsification, receiving stolen property and breaking and entering and Sombati was arrested on charges of obstructing official business and receiving stolen property, the report states.

Ringold, the driver of the red Cadillac, tried to evade police by turning in to the drive thru at Fast Fuel, the report states. When the vehicle pulled out of the drive thru police did a traffic stop at Denison and Montcrest drives NW, the report states. After driving up the curb and stopping the car, Ringold and Sombati jumped out and ran in different directions, the report states.

Police caught Sombati first and she said they ran because the car was stolen, the report states. Sombati gave police her name but refused to give police her boyfriend’s name saying only, “I love him and I’m not a snitch,” the report states.

A short time later, police found Ringold hiding in the garage of Sombati’s mother and he gave them a false name, the report states. The vehicle was confirmed as stolen from a home on Buckeye Street, the report states, and inside police found a pellet gun, two cell phones, a lighter and change.

Both juveniles were taken to the Trumbull County juvenile justice center, the report states.