• Sunday, May 26, 2013

Trip to my lou

Police were called to a gas station because a customer came in trying to sell him gift cards. The clerk suspected the cards were stolen and reported him.

An officer made contact with the kid walking along the sidewalk. He recognized the suspect as someone wanted in a car break-in case. When he handed over his license the officer confirmed that it was the same person.

He was immediately placed under arrest for those two warrants. The kid then mumbled something and took off running. Seconds later the officer was able to catch up with him because he turned around to look at the officer while he was still running and lost his balance as he ran up a grassy hill and fell down the other side.

He was arrested for resisting arrest and the two current warrants.


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