By Red Pill  |  06-27-2017   News
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A Dakota County Sheriff’s Deputy thought he had rolled doubles when he pulled over a man who ended up having felony warrants over the weekend.

Instead of simply passing go and collecting $200 though he would find himself landing on a chance card himself.

The suspect, from Ravenna Township, was a 35-year-old who had an outstanding warrant for a fifth-degree controlled charge out of Ramsey County.

Thinking he'd be able to negotiate a trade for boardwalk with the Deputy, he tried to give him a Monopoly ‘Get Out Of Jail Free Card’ in exchange for his release.

The Sheriff’s Office obviously refused the trade, and instead sent the man to jail. They did however have a sense of humor and posted the situation onto their social media accounts for a laugh.

"We appreciate the humor!" the sheriff's office posted on Facebook. "A+ for effort!" The man was booked into the county jail and his bail was set at $5,000.

Source

http://www.foxla.com/news/263917390-story

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