When the victim became distracted at the home, the teens would then steal his car keys and take off in his vehicle.
The two teens are believed to be behind at least four known car thefts since early April.
This essay features teens voices as they describe their experience navigating dating in the digital age.
The internet, cell phones and social media have become key actors in the lives of many American couples.
“My parents didn’t know.” “I faked my age on Facebook years ago so I could get a profile before I turned 13.
But Tinder took my age from Facebook and set it for me,” she explained.
A 15-year-old will have juvenile petitions forthcoming on the same charges.The teens were arrested on Friday after being stopped by North Carolina Department of Transportation License and Theft Bureau agents.The teens were in a stolen 2010 Ford Fusion equipped with a Lo Jack vehicle location system, which helped the agents locate them.Polytechnic student "Jasmine" told Channel News Asia she joined Tinder when she was 16 as her friends and classmates were also using the app.
“I thought it would be fun to see my classmates and maybe even my lecturers on it,” she said.The teens pretended they were older on the website.