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    Four Worcester teens arrested after car crashes

    State Police have arrested four Worcester teenagers who crashed their car and allegedly fled the scene carrying $148,030 stuffed into two shopping bags, which they said they had taken from a parked car.

    Jabriel Nabulsi, 18, and ­Karla Ocasio, 17, were charged with disorderly conduct. The car’s driver, Michael Tisdell, 17, was charged with several traffic and speeding violations, State Police said. A juvenile male was also arrested, but no information was released on him. ­

    Tisdell was arraigned Monday in Worcester District Court on traffic charges. A not-guilty plea was entered on his behalf and he was released on $500 cash bail. Nabulsi and ­Ocasio did not appear at their arraignments, and police have issued arrest warrants for them, said Timothy Connolly, a spokesman for Worcester District ­Attorney Joseph D. Early.


    State Police said a trooper saw the teenagers’ blue Subaru speeding on Interstate 290 around 7:15 a.m. Sunday. When the trooper attempted to pull the car over, the driver ­allegedly sped down an exit and crashed into a building at the corner of Shrewsbury and Prentice streets, State Police said.

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    Three of the teenagers allegedly ran from the scene of the wreck, but the trooper apprehended them, State Police said.

    When Nabulsi was taken ­into custody, he was carrying two shopping bags stuffed $148,030 in cash, State Police said. He told police he grabbed the cash out of parked vehicle in Worcester, authorities added.

    Tisdell was arrested a short time later, State Police said.

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