Two ‘unaccompanied minors’ carjack elderly man in Iowa


On Wednesday, police arrested two Guatemalan nationals, ages 16 and 17, following a high speed chase which ended on Interstate 80, just outside Iowa City.

Around 6 a.m., the pair walked out of Maryville Academy in Des Plaines, Ill., and committed their first carjacking of the day. They then drove 165 miles to a Walmart in Moline, Iowa, where they ordered a 91-year-old man out of his car, according to police.

Moline Police Det. Scott Williams stated: “They obviously chose him to take his vehicle. He walked with a cane. They watched him go in and get his medication from the VA.”

The illegal aliens smashed into a car on the way out of the parking lot, driving another 220 miles in the stolen vehicle, until so-called ‘stop sticks’ were thrown in their path by Iowa state troopers. Their actions were captured on store surveillance video.