The stolen Sebring was not involved in the crash and drove away from the scene.
Pictured are Keontae Brown (left) and Thomas (right)The boys stole the two cars from an auto dealership on Missouri Avenue in Clearwater, police said.
The cars weren't spotted again until around 1am Sunday, but officers were unable to apprehend the drivers.
Tina Webber, who is friends with Kaigler's mother, said she cautioned Kaigler and Keontae Brown just last week.
Webber said to the Tampa Bay Times: 'I looked them right in the eye and said, 'Keep stealing cars, and you're going to wind up dead or in prison.'These kids are going to keep dying, whether they're dying in a car or in prison.
Several teenagers who were involved in a deadly crash after stealing two cars had a whopping 126 arrests between the six of them.
Keontae Brown, 16, Jimmie Goshey, 14, and Dejarae Thomas, 16, died after allegedly racing a stolen car through a red light going 100mph and smashed into another car.Campbell, the eldest of the boys, had a total of 27 arrests dating back to 2013 on charges that included armed robbery, cocaine possession and grand theft.Kaigler had 20 arrests, Thomas had 15, and Keontae Brown had 16 arrests.The stolen car then flew into the air, hit a billboard and rolled down the road before it burst into flames Around 4am, a deputy saw the cars again, this time playing a 'cat-and-mouse' game, Gualtieri said, where the cars would speed up and slow down.The Explorer was going as fast as 100mph when it ran a red light and hit a car driven by 29-year-old Ricky Melendez at the intersection of US 19 and Tampa Road.The stolen car then flew into the air, hit a billboard and rolled down the road before it burst into flames.