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Who needs seventh grade when you can get lit and drive around at 7 a.m.? According to Austin's KVUE:
The entire episode was completed by 7:45 a.m. Monday morning, so we know our lil' outlaw got an early start on the festivities. By the time officers caught up with him he was intoxicated, injured and transported to the hospital.
The boy, whose name has not yet been released, is now facing driving while intoxicated, evading arrest, and failure to stop and render aid charges. In Texas, you can be convicted of failing to stop after an accident if you do not remain at the scene of the accident and provide license, registration, and insurance information, and this particular pre-teen is looking at thousands of dollars in fines if he's charged as an adult.
Hope it was worth it, young whippersnapper.
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