A 15-year-old boy led Corning Police on a chase around town. At about 8:20PM Tuesday night a Sergeant tried to pull over a Honda Accord for having a headlight out. The car didn't stop, not even for the Sergeant's lights and siren. It led officers around Corning streets at about 40 miles an hour, running multiple stop signs. Eventually the car high-centered on a large gravel pile and three people scattered in three different directions. A search of the area with help from a CHP helicopter and sheriff's deputies was unsuccessful. About an hour-and-a-half later a 15-year-old boy was brought into the police station by two family members and he apparently admitted that he was the driver of the Honda. Police say the two passengers will be contacted as well.