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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Karl Sapp
A 6-year-old Michigan boy decided to take his family's Ford Taurus out for a spin Saturday morning, when a cop pulled him over for hitting a street sign.
"I don't know how he was able to operate everything and see at the same time," he added. "Apparently, he was close enough that he could reach the pedals."
"He had never driven before," Sapp said. "Nobody taught him."