She also told troopers that the child took a family member's auto earlier this month and went on a joyride.
This isn't the first time that he's made a decision to try his luck behind the wheel.
Dash cam video from the Ohio State Highway Patrol obtained by Cleveland.com shows the boy driving onto the right shoulder of I-80 in Milan and avoiding spike strips laid down by troopers before he's eventually surrounded by several police vehicles, one of which clipped the auto, ending the chase.
At times reaching speeds of 100 miles per hour. It at mile marker 121 on the OH turnpike - more than 50 miles away - in Erie County.
Cleveland.com reports that the incident started at around 8:30 a.m. on Thursday morning, when the boy took auto while his sister, who was supposed to take him to school, was in the shower.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol took over the chase once the boy entered the Ohio turnpike.
"Can you advise on intentional contact to stop him?" a trooper said through the radio, via dash cam footage.
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The boy drove almost 50 miles before as many as eight troopers were able to get him stopped, according to troopers who spoke with WOIO. At one point, a trooper pulled up next to the boy and motioned for him to stop.
Just before the high-speed pursuit ended, one of the troopers said the boy was "off road, driving down the ditch" along the right side of the highway after ripping through lanes of traffic.
"It was very lucky no one was hurt", Highway Patrol Sergeant Tim Hoffman told The Associated Press.
Lt. Richard Reeder said the boy kicked and spat at them off camera, reports cleveland.com.
The child was taken to the hospital and will be placed in custody of Erie County Children's Services. Police will consult with county prosecutors about possible charges.
"He was a good driver for being 10-years-old", an eyewitness to the chase told News 5.
No one was injured during the incident.