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Woman Hitches Ride From Police: Drugs Uncovered

 LAWTON, Okla._

Lawton police said a pedestrian landed herself in jail after she requested a ride from a patrol officer.

Police spotted Donna Jones walking down a road Sunday morning crying, when the officer stopped to see what was wrong she asked for a ride.

Police say it's protocol when giving a ride to ask for the person's ID to run a background check. When the officer did that they found the woman had a warrant out for her arrest and the woman was taken to jail where drugs were found in the woman's pocket.

 

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