A central Florida woman forced to take the bus when her car was stolen. The interesting thing about this case is that she was able to help authorities capture the suspected thieves after watching her car drive past the bus.
According to the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, the woman reported her car stolen Friday from her Deltona home. But as she was sitting on a bus six hours later, she called 911 to report seeing her black 2002 Saturn in Orange City.
The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that a responding deputy spotted the car and eventually pulled it over. The vehicle’s occupants, 29-year-old Aaron Hosack and 20-year-old Amber Jones, were both arrested and charged with multiple counts, including grand theft and burglary.