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A wild Texas man, who asked the police to look for him, and was arrested after the police found him.
Jason San Miguel, reportedly gave up the arduous challenge of the Wharton Police Department when he was notified on Friday that he was wanted on a burglary charges, telling an officer that the officer would have to take him with him, and he doubted whether they were up to the task.
One officer stated that he himself, who is from San Miguel, reportedly said he would do when he “felt it.”
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The department posted a photo of their “hide-and-seek challenge,” on Facebook, along with a photo of what appeared to be San Miguel in the car. The officials said their insurgent challenger, forgot all about it, was that the department has more than 18,000 strong, because each and everyone of you have made the decision to have the police WITH us.”
“Together, we’re a team that’s not even Gerrit Cole strikeout,” police wrote in the online reference for the Houston Astros ace pitcher.
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In spite of his confidence in it, though, San Miguel was apparently not very good at hiding, because the police said that they found it within a couple of hours, in what is likely to be the first place they came to, there it is: in the attic of his home in Wharton, a town about 60 miles southwest of Houston, texas.
The researchers thanked “all those who have shared this post, and, with our servants, who had to brave the itchy insulation, and that Jason’s been exposed to them.”