If You Have a Warrant, Don't Ask the Police For Directions

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Police blotter fun from Patch and Bedford:


A Bedford man thought it would be efficient to ask a Twinsburg police officer for directions to the closest Wal-Mart while the officer was at another traffic stop.

The quick-thinking officer ran the man's license plates for good measure and found a warrant out for him from the Bedford Police Department for failure to appear in court.

We'd say "bored" officer, but whatever.

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