Two teenagers dressed as clowns jump out of car and scare 14-year-old girls

Jaime Salinis and Elandra Sledge 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) Police in Michigan, said that two young girls came into the precinct “in hysterics” after being chased by creepy clowns.

Police said that the two 14-year-old girls were walking down the 18000 block of Minnesota Street in Detroit, when they were confronted by the clowns.

The two teenagers, who were dressed as clowns, were in a car before they stopped and jumped out. The clowns then chased the two 14-year-old girls.

The girls managed to run to the police station and gave a description of the clowns. Police officers found the suspects, who attempted to flee before they were arrested.

Roseville Police Chief James Berlin called the women “morons” and “idiots” in a news release.

The creepy clowns were identified him as 17-year-old Jaime Salinis and Elandra Sledge, 18. They were charged with a misdemeanor disorderly conduct.

Both of them told a judge that they are college students who do not have money for high bail. However, the judge called their acts “outrageous,” and ordered them to post $10,000 bond each.