A family from Minnesota got scared on Thursday when they discovered that their two and a half year old son was nowhere to be found, only to find out that the young explorer had left his home on his toy tractor at a local fair, two blocks away.
The fearless boy Kenneth Allen rode his toy John Deere at a rapid speed of one mile per hour, attracted by the sounds and lights of the Chisago County Fair in Rush City.
Mother Lynn, fearing for Kenneth's life and not sure where he was, told Fox 9 that she had been called 911 and that Chisago County sergeant Jason Foster had been implicated in the case.
19659003] "Me and my partner got together in the field and sure he was there on his little John Deere battery tractor," Foster told the news agency.
The phone call was a Facebook post from the Chisago County Sh Bureau of the Reiff. They added that the child was easily recognizable because of his bright red hair.
The post added that Kenneth "was reunited with Dad, who immediately suspended his son's license by taking out the battery."
to see him, but the first thing I did was to unscrew the hood, pull out his battery, and say that you're grounded, "said Father Kristopher Allen to Fox 9.
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Despite all discipline, Allen understands that children will be kids and says he's not mad at his little Magellan Kenneth's license was only barred for a week.
"I do not think I have to worry about him racing on the city streets here for a week," Foster said.
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When young Kenneth gets his tractor back, his father wants to enforce a very clear rule: "Next time stay in the yard."