Teen charged after allegedly driving 'fake emergency services vehicle'

A 16-year-old boy will appear in children’s court charged with more than 100 offences after he was allegedly found behind the wheel of a mocked up emergency services vehicle in Melbourne last year.

Police arrested the teenager and seized a truck with emergency lights and sirens in the bayside suburb of Brighton on October 17.

Police have charged a teenage boy after he was allegedly found behind the wheel of a mocked up emergency services vehicle in Melbourne last year. Source: 7 News
Police seized the vehicle and arrested the teenager after he was allegedly driving a vehicle decked out with emergency lights and sirens. Source: 7 News

The teen has been charged on summons with 112 offences including reckless conduct endangering serious injury, obtaining property by deception and theft of a motor vehicle.

He is due to appear in a children’s court at a later date.