MOUNT PLEASANT– Four Milwaukee teenagers were jailed after 2 of them supposedly took merchandise from Best Buy on Saturday morning, made threats utilizing an activated stun weapon, then got away police in a lorry where the other 2 teenagers had been waiting.

Shakyra Edwards, 18, and Ariel Ward, 17, apparently stole items from Best Buy, 2710 S. Green Bay Road, at about 10:15 a.m. Saturday, then threatened those in the shop using a triggered stun weapon, according to a news release from Mount Pleasant Police.

About a dozen businesses in Racine and Kenosha counties have been target of gaming machine burglaries

The 2 girls went to an automobile where Deshaun Blue, 18, and Jamarrious Martin, 18, were presumably waiting and left, heading east. Their car collided with another car in the parking area, but continued to South Green Bay Road where a Sturtevant Police Department officer located the car and began a pursuit. The pursuit continued to Highway KR and on to South Sylvania Avenue before becoming a driveway. The lorry drove through gardens prior to stopping in the 3500 block of South Sylvania Avenue. The teens ran from the lorry, however were found and apprehended.

The teens are apparently thinks in other cases where similar techniques were used to commit similar crimes. They were transported to the Racine County