The chase comes to an end when an officer hits the back of the boy's vehicle causing him to hit another cruiser.
The boy was then taken into police custody by officers who pulled him out through the driver-side window, but not before kicking officer and allegedly spitting at them, NBC reported.
Police were alerted to a auto that was speeding and swerving in and out of traffic, almost running several cars off the road and being chased by a red SUV, The Associated Press reported.
"When we were able to get him out of the auto he was very agitated".
As officers pulled the boy out of the vehicle through a window, a state trooper said the boy spit on officers and kicked at them, and was led to a police cruiser, showing no emotion. "Motioned for him to pull over and the child shook his head and said "no" and continued driving", the officer said. "My son's going to kill himself before you guys get here". "At that point in time, the child swerved to the right and started driving in the ditch", said Reeder.
Three Westlake officers followed the boy for more than 15 miles - with speeds reaching 100 mph - before he drove through a toll booth and entered the Ohio Turnpike.
According to police, the boy took the family's vehicle from their home on Hadley Avenue around 9 a.m.
Shortly after, the boy's mother arrived and questioned her son.
No one was injured in the crash.
The joyride - which lasted less than an hour - was the boy's second in two weeks, according to Cleveland police.
"Why did you do this when I kept trying to get you to stop?" his mother asked. "It just goes in one ear and out the other". He was found later that day on Interstate 90 with three flat tires. On Oct. 16, the boy's mother said her Dodge Charger was stolen from her driveway.