Teens Learn How to Steal Cars on Social Media

From a New York Times story by Tim Arango and Jacey Fortin headlined “Teens Are Stealing More Cars. They Learn How on Social Media.”:

One of the busiest places in Memphis these days is the impound lot north of downtown, where tow-truck drivers can sit in line for over six hours to make drop-offs, victims can wait weeks to get stolen vehicles back and some 2,700 cars are squeezed onto the grounds of an old farm-equipment factory.