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Wanted woman tries hiding in Foosball table

Sarah Bradley (Source Stephens County Sheriff's Office) Sarah Bradley (Source Stephens County Sheriff's Office)
Matthew Whitten (Source Stephens County Sheriff's Office) Matthew Whitten (Source Stephens County Sheriff's Office)

DUNCAN, OK (KSWO) -A woman was hiding from the law when she was found curled up inside a Foosball table at a friend's home. 

Stephens County Sheriff Wayne McKinney said they got a tip last week that Sarah Bradley was living at a home on West Oak Street in Duncan. She failed to appear in court last fall on a drug possession charge.

The homeowner told deputies that Bradley had lived there, but recently moved out. During a search of the home, a deputy noticed the Foosball table had a hinged top, opened it up and there she was.

"When we search a residence for a wanted person like that, we search every room, under every bed and in the attic. We search everything. She thought she had a good hiding place, but she didn't. It wasn't quite good enough," Sheriff McKinney said.

Bradley was arrested along with the homeowner, who was charged with harboring a fugitive.

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