16-year-olds admit to taking car that held girl's body

December 19, 2009

Two teenage boys admitted in juvenile court Friday to one count each of "unauthorized use" of the white Volvo that police say 16-year-old Annie McCann used to run away from her parents' Alexandria, Va., home last year. McCann's body was found near a trash bin at a public housing complex in Fells Point. The boys, both 16, were charged with taking the car after the girl's body was removed from it. No arrests have been made in connection with the death, which police have ruled a suicide. Sentencing in the car case is set for January.

- Tricia Bishop

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