She's not legally allowed to drive and yet she is caught driving a stolen truck waaaay after curfew! And when you find out what Police noticed may be surprised!

According to a post by Pasco PD here's the whole story...

FCSO FOUND THIS STOLEN PICKUP early Monday morning at about 1:33 AM, being driven near 4th/ Court by a 15-year-old female from Kennewick. It had been stolen sometime early Sunday morning from the 1400-block of W Clark.

It's the same story: the owner left it parked at the curb with the keys in the ignition and a large white AC unit in the bed. It did not have the cool tagging spraypainted on it when it was stolen the day before.

When it was recovered, the female was in possession of the large keyring containing all of the victim's keys, and about two dozen of his credit and debit cards which he did not report missing with the pickup; he apparently forgot that they had been inside it.

The female? She has a history of property crime including tagging and possession of a stolen vehicle.

Franklin County Deputies Mahler and Dennis handled their end of the case, taking the female to Juvenile Detention to be processed for possession of a stolen vehicle and stolen access devices (credit cards). We brought the victim over to pick up his pickup.

If anyone has information about who was inside this tan 2002 Chev S-10 pickup during Sunday, who tagged it with spraypaint, who has the large white AC unit, you are urged to call Pasco PD at (509)545-3510 nights and weekends or (509)545-3421 weekdays after Monday. Pasco case PP17-24289 Veh Theft, FCSO case FC17-07244 PSV