3 teenagers arrested after crashing stolen car in Holbrook

The crashed stolen car was reportedly filled with stolen packages.

Three teenagers were arrested in Holbrook after they crashed a stolen car full of stolen packages, according to the Holbrook Police Department. The three also led police on a foot chase following the crash.

The suspects include 18-year-old Romulald Bernard of Randolph, a 17-year-old from Dedham, and a 16-year-old from Randolph. The Dedham 17-year-old reportedly was wanted on two separate arrest warrants in other towns.

Police said they responded to a report of a single-vehicle crash around 10 a.m. Thursday near 300 South Franklin St. in Holbrook, where they found a Toyota Camry crashed into a brick wall outside a house next to St. John’s Episcopal Church.

The suspects were no longer in the car by the time police arrived, and they reportedly fled on foot toward Longmeadow Drive. During a search of the car, police found multiple stolen packages and determined the car had been stolen from Cambridge.


Massachusetts state police and the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department helped local authorities set a perimeter in the area to locate the suspects. They first found the two juvenile suspects on Longmeadow Drive near an apartment complex.

Barnard was later found in the woods nearby. All three were placed under arrest without incident.

The two juveniles were eventually released into the custody of their parents.

Barnard was arraigned at Quincy District Court today. The two juveniles are expected to be arraigned at a later date.

Barnard faces multiple charges including failure to stop for police, receiving stolen property, and leaving the scene of an accident.

Police reported they will try to return all of the stolen packages to the correct people.

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