Caught: Teens who allegedly threw cinder blocks onto cars from overpass

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Police are investigating the actions of two teenage boys whom they believe threw cinder blocks over an overpass in Creswell, Ore. Photo via Oregon State Police.

Police are investigating the actions of two teenage boys whom they believe threw cinder blocks over an overpass in Creswell, Ore. Photo via Oregon State Police.

Two Creswell, Oregon, teenage boys, ages 16 and 17, were caught on Monday after they allegedly threw cinder blocks over an overpass this weekend, according to a Fox 12 News report on Tuesday.

The incident happened around 4:30 AM on Sunday morning.

One vehicle was struck with the cinder block while driving along I-5. One victim, Tiffany Becker, 30, reportedly suffered minor injuries after her windshield was smashed in, causing debris to strike her in the face. Although Becker’s injuries were said to minor, she was taken by ambulance to a local hospital as a precaution. Becker was riding in the passenger seat where the cinder block hit. The driver, Michael Becker, 28, was not struck or injured.

Police were able to locate the boys from tipsters who said that they saw four teens in the area, two on bikes and two on skateboards shortly before the incident.

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Police have not yet arrested the boys, saying only that their parents have been notified and are fully cooperating with the investigation. It will be up to the Lane County District Attorney’s Office to determine what criminal charges the boys will face, if any.

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