Get ready to forward this article to your mom to remind her that you weren't that bad as a teenager.

According to CBS 5, a 14-year-old boy was arrested in Rohnert Park (aka: RoPo) after stealing a car from a Santa Rosa driveway in the wee hours of the morning Friday and driving around with the headlights off and two teenaged passengers. If Hollywood films are any indication, one of those teen passengers was egging the driver on while the other one was nervously pleading, "C'mon guys. Let's just go home."

When the car, which the Press Democrat reports as being a 2007 Jeep Compass, was spotted by RoPo police who attempted to pull the boys over, a chase led to the car reaching speeds of up to 100 miles per hour.

Sweet Jesus.

After side-swiping another vehicle and hopping a median, the stolen car suffered two flat tires and stopped at the intersection of Hearn Avenue and Dowd Drive in south Santa Rosa. All of these details come to us from the Department of Public Safety, which is not so much angry as they are disappointed.

The young driver was found to have 10 no-bail arrest warrants and was booked into Sonoma County's juvenile hall for felony evading and possession of a stolen vehicle — oh, and also those warrants. The cops probably wanted to talk to him about those warrants.

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