Florida Woman Stole Papa John’s Supply Automotive To Go to Boyfriend: Police

A 14-year-old Florida woman is dealing with grand theft prices after she allegedly stole a pizza supply driver’s automobile early Wednesday morning.

Police in Lee County mentioned Josie Bigelow ordered two pizzas and had them despatched to a neighbor’s home in Lehigh Heights.

When the driving force went to the door to ship the pizzas, Bigelow allegedly popped out of some close by bushes and stole his unlocked 2006 Ford Taurus, in response to The Smoking Gun.

The driving force, 49-year-old Christopher Cook dinner, instructed deputies he was strolling to the entrance door when he noticed an individual come out from the woods, get into his automobile and drive away alongside a canal, in response to Fort Myers station WBBH.

Police mentioned Bigelow first drove to Lehigh Acres Center Faculty, however when a policeman approached the automobile, she drove off shortly. Her wild trip was tracked by a police helicopter, in response to the Orlando Sentinel.

She was ultimately apprehended about six miles away from her home.

Bigelow was charged with grand theft of an car and brought to a Juvenile Evaluation middle. She was later launched.

Bigelow’s father, Joseph Bigelow, instructed WBBH that his daughter’s plan was to satisfy her boyfriend.

“I despatched the cop textual content messages of her and her boyfriend speaking about robbing individuals and all that,” he mentioned, including this daughter “wants a (rear finish) whipping … That, and jail.” 

In the meantime, Cook dinner gave the pizzas that have been ordered below false pretenses to the responding officers.

NBC-2.com WBBH Information for Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Naples, Florida