Teen Rents $240K Sports Car, $12M Home on Stolen Credit Cards

This isn't the teen's first run-in with the law

   

Teen Rents $240K Sports Car, $12M Home on Stolen Credit Cards

A Californian teen is in trouble after he allegedly rented a $240,000 sports car and $12 million home with stolen credit cards.

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Mohannad Halaweh is a 19-year-old man that has been arrested for the use of the stolen credit cards. He was picked up on June 4 and is set to appear in court on Monday. The teen allegedly spent $13,000  to rent the car and $27,000 to rent the home, reports The Los Angeles Times.

Police caught the teen when they pulled over the sports car he had rented. The 2012 McLaren sports car had been reported as stolen.

This isn’t Halaweh’s first run-in with the law. Police ended a party he was throwing at the rented home on June 3 and knew him because he had held several similar parties in the past. The teen was also arrested in March after allegedly using a stolen credit card to purchase electronics from an Apple (AAPL) store, L.A. Times notes.

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