Eleven-year-old VA girl drives mother's car 50 miles

September 1997
Jet;09/01/97, Vol. 92 Issue 15, p24
Reports that Latisha Wright, 11-years-old, and her cousin, Shakierra S. Mack, 8-years-old, drove the station wagon belonging to Wright's mother 50 miles across Virginia. Wright's desire to see her father in North Carolina as a precursor to her automotive travels; Charges against Wright's mother, Patricia, of child neglect.


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