The transcript below is from the video “Top 10 KIDS Who STOPPED THIEVES!” by TrendCrave.

Trend Crave:

“Hey Everyone! This is Trend Crave here. And on today’s video we are going through the top ten kids who stopped thieves.”

A girl being interviewed:

“If their car broke down then how can they move there.”

A boy being interviewed:

“That’s when I picked up my machete and hit him in the back of the head.”

Trend Crave:

“In number 10 you get a 12-year-old boy and a neighbor who stopped this burglar. This guy was burglarizing this house in this neighborhood and then he went on to steal stuff from another house on top of that. And this house that he broke into had this 12-year-old boy inside. He was home alone doing homework. He heard noises, called 9-1-1 and another neighbor saw what was going on and after he left the house actually tackled this burglar. And the police showed up pretty much immediately afterwards because the boy had called them.”

Boy who tackled a burglar at his home:

“So normally like my parents, like my mom or my sisters they call up and like say my name like, ‘Hi Ben, we’re home.’ So, I didn’t. And then yeah I got a little nervous…”

News Reporter:

“Police say the suspect, 36-year-old Andrew Harris, who was from Hartford, broke into two homes in the area. The second was on Auburn Road. A neighbor in that area saw Harris leaving a home and tackled him to the ground. He held him there until police arrived. Police say Harris entered the home through the front door. Harris who was in court today has a criminal record and was under the influence of PCP at the time.”

Trend Crave:

“We’ve got a wild situation probably not the safest way this could have been played out, but I’ll tell you what this kid has some massive balls. I certainly wouldn’t be doing this, but this 11-year-old boy was home alone one morning, and somebody started knocking on the door. He didn’t answer because you know not supposed to do that but eventually this person just broke down the front door, told the boy to stay hidden inside of his closet and then proceeded to start stealing electronics and other such things from the house. And this boy he could have stayed in his closet which he did initially but then afterwards I guess he decided that he was going to go out and confront this burglar with a machete. And that’s what he did. He actually hit this burglar with the machete once. He tried to do it a second time but missed and the guy left.”

Boy who fought off a burglar with a machete:

“I was hiding behind my door. I didn’t answer the door.”

News Reporter:

“Brayden says the man then burst through the front door and found him in his room.”

Boy who fought off a burglar with a machete:

“He told me to sit down on the ground and get in my closet. And I did that.”

News Reporter:

“The suspect went into the living room to gather electronics then went back to question Brayden.”

Boy who fought off a burglar with a machete:

“He found my phone on the counter and he took the phone, but he dropped it and that’s when I picked up my machete and hit him in the back of the head.”

News Reporter:

“Orange County deputies say the suspect, 19 year old, Jatavian Hill, kicked Brayden in the stomach. Brayden swung the machete again but missed.”

Trend Crave:

“This one’s pretty savage. We got a 12-year-old girl who woke up to find a burglar in her room. Can you even imagine? Apparently, this burglar was trying to steal her TV. He was trying to take the wires off while she was sleeping. I don’t know this guy wasn’t exactly the brightest, but she wouldn’t let her grandfather who was staying there with her know about the whole situation and he told her to get out of the house. She instead however just went to the kitchen grabbed this giant knife, a kitchen knife and basically told the dude to leave. And afterwards he did.”

News Reporter:

“12-year old Paris Hall walks us through the crime scene, step by step after a man broke into her Lake Wales home Monday morning.”

12-year-old girl who fought off a burglar with a kitchen knife:

“I feel like if I would have got scared then maybe he would have like gotten scared.”

News Reporter:

“Woken from a dead sleep, Paris says she was confused. The man telling her he knew the family.”

12-year-old girl who fought off a burglar with a kitchen knife:

“I had like it was an old phone that didn’t work. It was sitting on my dresser. So, I guess he looked at that and made up an excuse saying oh my uncle told me to come get my phone.”

News Reporter:

“She didn’t buy it.”

12-year-old girl who fought off a burglar with a kitchen knife:

“I told him to leave and he left, and he went out in the backdoor.”

News Reporter:

“Lake Wales police releasing this sketch Parris telling us it looks identical to the man in her home…”

Trend Crave:

“Never satisfied, this is kind of an interesting one. This is all centering around a girl who is just a bit intrigued by this car. That it randomly parked in her driveway and she tried to alert her brothers. Apparently, they had like a snow day or something, so it was only them alone; her and her two brothers. They were busy playing Xbox though they didn’t want to deal with the situations. They just basically told her to piss off. Which I think is a little bit funny, but she ended up calling up her parents, explained the situation because these guys were just parked in her driveway. She also let their dog out to scare him off a little bit because she was concerned that maybe the guys are going to try to come and try to break into something but they eventually had a co-worker come by to come and help. And it turns out that these guys were actually professional package thieves. And they have been doing some crazy stuff in the neighborhood and they got caught because of this.”

Girl who noticed strange men in their driveway and released a dog to scare them off:

“I opened the door really quick right, closed it and locked it and let Rocky out.”

News Reporter:

“A co-worker of her parents drove by the house and told the men they could not park there. They reportedly told her they were having car trouble and then moved to the next street.”

Girl who noticed strange men in their driveway and released a dog to scare them off:

“It makes no sense because if their car broke down, then how can they move there?”

News Reporter:

“Little did Sydney know that the trio had ordered packages to a foreclosed home on the next block and she caught them in the act. Well, police would not comment on the juvenile’s involvement but said the three men arrested are part of a large dangerous ring of thieves.”

Trend Crave:

“In number six, we’ve got a robber who broke in through the back window of this house. And inside was an 11-year-old boy, home alone, his mom was down the street at like a workout class or something. And he came face-to-face in the living room with this intruder because he wanted to confront him and basically couldn’t really do anything about it at the moment. This guy literally took the PS4. His PS4, right in front of him. It was probably a really bad moment for this kid, but he ended up calling his mom and his mom came home immediately. He got out of the house and on the doorbell camera they actually caught his face, because he had been there to the house before because he was a beggar around the neighborhood who comes up with fake stories to try to get money. And because of that, the kid could ID him.”

Mother to a boy who called his mother at work about a robbery ongoing at home:

“It is a mother’s worst nightmare. It was horrific and I don’t ever want to experience that ever again in my life.”

News Reporter:

“It was just after 10:00 a.m. when this mother got a call from her 11-year-old son. He was standing face to face with a strange man in his living room.”

Mother to a boy who called his mother at work about a robbery ongoing at home:

“My son was frantic, asking me if I had hired someone, took him over to our home…there was someone in our living room and he was stealing our things.”

Trend Crave:

“At number 5, you have a 12-year-old boy who encountered a burglar in his own home and basically started talking to the guy and eventually got him to leave. Basically, the story behind this is this house that they’re living in, the bottom part of it I think a good portion of it, it is being renovated. So, there’s a lot of people coming in and out, occasionally from the day-to-day to do work and stuff inside there and the boy was downstairs at the time and there was some random dude and he thought it was a worker at first so he started talking to him but it turned out and it was quite clear that this was not a worker. And the guy came up with an excuse to leave immediately and he had been searching through boxes and trying to steal stuff beforehand is what was figured out.”

12-year-old boy who mistook the burglar for one of the workers:

“The person who came out of my, out of this room wasn’t my dad. It’s a stranger. He said something like just checking out the bathroom and then he just leisurely walked over here and walked through the door.”

News Reporter:

“Oliver thought the intruder was just another worker at the time because the first floor of their home is undergoing a renovation. The boy realized there was a problem when he told his mom about it. And she told him no one was scheduled to work on the house yesterday.”

Trend Crave:

“Then in the fourth spot, this one’s pretty impressive. This is a boy who handled the situation just incredibly well. I mean he did it calmly and all together, just it’s really impressive like I said. But this boy he woke up in the middle of the night to some noise. And it turns out there was a man inside of his house or his grandmother’s house, is where he was staying, and he decided that he was going to do something about this. So, he woke everyone up including his sister and everyone like that. Got them to his grandmother’s room and then locked the door. And then after that they all called 9-1-1 after he explained a situation.”

Boy who saved his whole family by waking them up and calling 911:

“I slid off the couch and went into my grandma’s room. I knew that I had other people instead of myself in my house. I was the only man in the house, and I had to step up.”

News Reporter:

“He ran to his grandma’s room, woke his family up and locked the door.”

Sisters to the boy who saved his whole family by waking them up and calling 911:

“I was shaking so hard. I might have shaken the whole day, because I was scared that he had a weapon that he would kill us with, and I’d start crying because I didn’t want to see that happen.”

News Reporter:

“Then he and his grandma called police.”

Trend Crave:

“Over to three, this one is insanely low. This great grandmother was dropping off another family member at the emergency room and when she got back into her car, when she went back out, she figured out that somebody was trying to steal it. This guy he had actually was basically in the process. He was driving off and in the back of the car was an eight-year-old and his sister. And basically, the only reason that this guy didn’t get away with kidnapping these two kids along with the car was because this eight-year-old was able to get him and his sister to get out of the car. They jumped out before he got going.”

News Reporter:

“Very close call caught on surveillance video and you can see the man driving away in the car. Two kids jump out while their great-grandmother ran after it.”

Trend Crave:

“In number 2, a girl who called 911 from her basement because she woke up and heard a bunch of noises and stuff upstairs. She called her parents and asked them if they were doing something upstairs. I don’t know but they weren’t because they weren’t even home and she ended up calling 9-1-1. Because if it turns out somebody was breaking in.”

News Reporter:

“Instinctively, she picked up the phone to call her parents hearing the commotion of all of her family’s belongings being thrown around the house.”

Girl who called 911 from her basement:

“So, I called my mom and she was like we’re not home, like no one’s supposed to be there. So, then I started freaking out and I called 9-1-1 and that’s when I told them, like someone’s in my house.”

News Reporter:

“And in just a matter of minutes, officers from nearly every agency nearby were in route. This footage is from a neighbor’s ring camera showing officers all over Rich Road.”

Girl who called 911 from her basement:

“They made me stay on the phone with them the entire time.”

News Reporter:

“Eventually police caught both suspects less than a block away from the home they just tried to break into. Their ages, only 21 and 23.”

Trend Crave:

“And number one has to do with a woman who was dropping off her one-year-old at a daycare. Her three-year-old daughter was still in the back seat. She was literally just dropping this baby off and while she was doing that, just for like a minute or two, somebody came and tried to steal the car or steal stuff from inside of the car from what I understand. And the only reason that this thief was scared off so quickly was because the child was literally screaming like crazy because of the situation.”

Mother of the 3-year-old girl who screamed to alert the mother of danger:

“She definitely has stranger danger. So, if she doesn’t know you, she’s going to scream.”

News Reporter:

“Murray Duncan says she’ll never do it again. She says she parked under the overhang in the drop-off Lane and right by the front door of the Kids are Kids Daycare. She was dropping off her one-year-old son. Her three-year-old daughter was heard screaming from the van, and they saw a man running from it.”

Trend Crave:

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