By Joan Murray

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LAUDERHILL (CBSMiami) – Three teens connected to a car chase through several Broward cities appeared before a judge Tuesday.

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The chaos continued in the courtroom when a judge ordered two people arrested and sent to juvenile detention center for disrupting court proceedings.

There was an outburst from family members who were upset after a judge said one of the 15 year olds would have to stay in juvenile detention.

The 15 year old did not like the news either and had to be taken out of the courtroom.

His mother said the teenager had some mental health issues and needs medication.

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It all started on Monday when a stolen, four-door blue sedan was spotted in Lighthouse Point.

A pursuit ensued on the southbound lanes of I-95 in Broward County. At one point, the driver of the car drove onto a median to avoid traffic and ditched the car. Four people scattered out of the vehicle.

Chopper4 captured two of the men running into an apartment complex and later getting into another car which police said had been reported stolen.

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Once on the move again, they weaved through traffic, drove on the wrong side of the road and raced into a Lauderhill neighborhood.

The two boys bailed out again, leading to a foot chase. Authorities eventually caught up to all of those allegedly involved in the chase.

“It’s very scary to know that you can’t leave your car open, you can’t leave your door open,” said resident Jusonea Allen.

The judge called the disruptors before the bench.

The public defender and mother of one of the suspects tried to reason with one of the girls.

“Respect your elders. Listen, respect your elders. Look at him and apologize for what you did. That’s a total embarrassment and you know it,” they could be heard telling the teen girl.

Six were marched out of court in handcuffs.

The judge ordered two to be held in juvenile detention for five days.

Of the three who were in court in connection to Monday’s chase, two will be held in juvenile detention for 21 days and the third is going home to be held on house arrest for 21 days.

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All three, right now, are just facing charges in regard to the stolen vehicle. Police said more charges will be added.