kidnapping and armed Robbery: These two crimes are laid Jesse Pack loads. The police would have him was close on the heels, and soon in front of his door, knew of the American. To stay but still a bit on the free foot, he had a Trick. He grabbed a mattress and wrote with red paint, a non-transparent message on it: “I know that against me, an arrest warrant is in force. I’m not there. I’ll bring my Affairs to an end, and go even to the Volusia Branch jail.” The mattress, with his note of the 40-Year-old just in front of the door.

However, the police of Flagler County did not want to believe him but his word. They were ringing still at his doorstep. A woman opened to them and is not insured, Pack at home, the officers reported in a Letter on Facebook. But the cops are already used to some Tricks, and insisted on a search warrant.

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And surprise, Surprise, they found the Pack hidden in a chest of drawers. Huddled together, he crouched between a couple of pillows. “This guy really believed that he could hide in front of our officials, but this is not the first cat-and-mouse game that was trying to get a Peek with us,” said the police in its report.

hide-and-seek is repeated

Only a few days later, the hideaway won the game. The 28-year-old Nichole Headley tried to hide in a Cabinet in front of the stewards. But your Plan didn’t work. “We play no games, but if a Person wanted to play Hide and seek, you should know that we always play to win!”, Sheriff Staly warned. “This Person obviously has no respect for the law. You ran in front of our officials and then said that she could outwit them.” Headley was hit, because they had fled during a traffic stop.

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