Five teenagers stole a car from one of their parents, robbed four stores in El Paso, and then led law enforcement on a two-state, high speed chase that ended with the getting arrested in New Mexico. We know know that those teens are all freshmen at Irvin High School in northeast El Paso.

Edwin Rodriguez and Evelyn Brown, both, 15 years old, and Antonio Brown, Isaiah Garcia and Jaquil Webb, all 14 years old, are facing aggravated assault on a peace officer with a deadly weapon, conspiracy to commit assault on a peace officer with a deadly weapon, possession of a stolen vehicle, conspiracy to commit possession of a stolen vehicle, tampering with or destroying evidence and conspiracy to commit tampering or destroying evidence charges.

Social media went crazy almost immediately after the teens began their spree with Irvin High students tagging each other with the story, and in some cases, naming some of the teens who were ultimately arrested. One teen told ABC 7 that the teens argue with teachers, ditch school, and smoke at a nearby park. That student speculated that the teens pulled their crime spree to get a reputation.

What they got, instead, is a date with a judge. They are scheduled to appear in the 12th Judicial District Court in Alamogordo on Monday.