"My speedometer showed 32 miles-per-hour", Morgan said.
"It amazed me that when he heard my siren, he did pull over and stop", said Mr Morgan.
"When I got to the window and the window came down, I wasn't quite sure what to think", Morgan said.
The trooper helped the boy turn off the engine and asked him a series of questions.
It's not clear where in California the little guy was headed.
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"When they found the vehicle, they thought "Oh yeah, this might be an impaired person" and when the auto pulled over, it even seemed more like this person might not know what they're doing", stated UHP Lt. Nick Street, adding that it was "luck" that the trooper saw the vehicle before anything worse could have happened. The argument resulted in him taking the wheels and going to California to buy himself a new Lambo.
A Utah boy, aged five, was pulled over as he drove his family's SUV to California, to "buy a Lamborghini".
The young lad could barely see over the steering wheel.
When the trooper approached the vehicle, he found a small boy on the verge of tears, sitting on the edge of the seat with both feet on the brake pedal.
Another said, "This child and his parents need to be charged".
"I saw that the truck was gone, and he was gone, and the keys were gone".