Three teens arrested in Hamilton area crime spree
Three teens have been arrested in what Hamilton police are calling a five day crime spree.
It all started last Thursday when a woman in her 80's was carjacked in the lot of Meadowlands Mall, was forced to drive around the city, and go to a bank machine to withdraw cash by a young man armed with a gun.
On Monday, a woman in her 70s was getting into her car at the same mall when a young man jumped into the back seat.
She quickly got out of the car and screamed for help, bystanders came to her aid and a young man ran away.
Later in the afternoon, a woman in her 80's got into her car at Limeridge Mall, to find a suspect hiding in the backseat.
He told her he had a gun, and robbed her of cash.
That same night, a 12 year old boy was reportedly robbed at gunpoint on Cranbrook Drive, a half hour later, around 8:30, a woman walking home from Mohawk College was also robbed at gunpoint.
A 15 year old and 16 year old from Hamilton are both facing a number of charges along with an 18 year old Toronto man
Larry, Tom McConnell, Betty Lou Souter, and the gang announce this year's totals and hand out a big thank you.
Larry talks with the St. Catharines Standard reporter who broke this story.