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Florida siblings, ages 10 and 11, stopped while driving mom’s car on freeway 200 miles from home

  • Two children, aged 10 and 11, were stopped by police in Florida after driving their mother's car for 200 miles to run away to California. The children were upset because their mother had taken away their electronic devices for misbehaving.
  • The Alachua County Sheriff's Office spotted the children's car on Interstate 75, near Gainesville, and initially thought they were dealing with car thieves. The deputies drew their guns and ordered those inside the car to step out.
  • The children's mother had reported the white sedan missing from North Port, Florida, which was over 200 miles away from where the children were stopped. The mother later drove to Alachua to collect her children.
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