A curious incident occurred in Florida.
If you’re going to hack the car (but hopefully not), then here’s a useful tip: first, make sure that it does not sit the police.
Or Sheriff’s deputies. Or someone else, has the right to arrest you. 49-year-old Steven Titling of Pasco County, Florida, now well learned.
It all started with the fact that few homeowners on Hawbuck Street in Trinity Oaks saw on their CCTV cameras as the unidentified man tried to break into seven parked cars. But all doors were closed and the man was left with nothing.
The next day he again went hunting, but in New Port Richey.
What was the surprise of the attacker when the doors of one of the cars was unlocked. That’s just inside the car was filled with deputies who were in the area on assignment.
In place of Stephen Tidland and arrested. By the way, just because the group was on a mission, the vehicle was not “marked” the emblem of the Sheriff’s office, which was to play a cruel joke on the hapless burglar.
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