April 16, 2021

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Teen driving vehicle carjacked from Walmart parking lot crashes into Randolph home

A teenager is in custody Thursday after a car that was allegedly stolen in Avon crashed into a home in Randolph. Police said the vehicle was taken during an armed carjacking Wednesday night at the Walmart on Route 28.Officers pursued the car into Randolph where the 16-year-old male driver crashed into a home on North Main Street, police said. “I was laying in the bed in that room. Next thing you hear — a loud screech, and then, ‘boom.’ The windows shattered,” resident Tom Mallon said. I was thrown out of the bed.”Mallon said he was not seriously injured, but said he was shaken up after the car crashed into his home.“And then when I came out, there were five or six cop cars — five or six cops in the front yard with their guns drawn, screaming for me to get back in the house because they’re trying to get the suspects out of the car,” Mallon said.Mallon said the building inspector is allowing the family to stay in the house because the damage is mainly cosmetic.The teen, who was not identified, was treated for minor injuries at the scene.

A teenager is in custody Thursday after a car that was allegedly stolen in Avon crashed into a home in Randolph.

Police said the vehicle was taken during an armed carjacking Wednesday night at the Walmart on Route 28.

Officers pursued the car into Randolph where the 16-year-old male driver crashed into a home on North Main Street, police said.

“I was laying in the bed in that room. Next thing you hear — a loud screech, and then, ‘boom.’ The windows shattered,” resident Tom Mallon said. I was thrown out of the bed.”

Mallon said he was not seriously injured, but said he was shaken up after the car crashed into his home.

“And then when I came out, there were five or six cop cars — five or six cops in the front yard with their guns drawn, screaming for me to get back in the house because they’re trying to get the suspects out of the car,” Mallon said.

Mallon said the building inspector is allowing the family to stay in the house because the damage is mainly cosmetic.

The teen, who was not identified, was treated for minor injuries at the scene.