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The driver obviously wanted to catch them all.
Authorities in Washington state said a state trooper who pulled over on Tuesday to help out a bit, he figured that it was a disabled vehicle in place of a driver’s play of “Attack Move” in eight different cell phones.
A Washington State Trooper Rick Johnson, said on Twitter that the driver had stopped on the shoulder of the eastbound lane on Highway 518 is in the forest hills, located just to the south of the City.
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Johnson, a spokesperson for the store, shared a photo of what Sgt. Also, Smith was discovered inside the vehicle, a blue foam square in front of the eight telephones are located in special recesses.
Washington State Patrol Sgt. Kyle Smith, a driver by the side of the highway to play the “Attack Move” on eight of the phones on Monday, according to police.
(WSP Trooper Rick Johnson)
“The director has agreed to phone in to the back seat and put in commuting to and from work with eight fewer distractions,” Johnson said.
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Smith does not issue a ticket because he did not observe the vehicle in motion while the driver was using the phone, according to Johnson.
The sergeant, however, advised the drivers not to stop on the highway shoulder, unless in the event of an emergency.