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Man arrested for 130-mile journey from Kansas to Oklahoma


Joyriding isn’t a charge we’re used to seeing, but soldiers say it’s befitting of a man they arrested this week. received a call, a 911 call from a man who had just entered Oklahoma from Kansas and the person who called it said, ‘Looks like there might be a man or someone in the back of this truck,’ “Soldier Eric Foster told the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. When drivers reported a man riding on the back of a pickup truck on Interstate 35, even first responders responded. was also shocked. “He’s in the back of the truck, door open, is he really human? know around Halloween maybe they’re ordering something, who knows? ‘ Foster said, however, that the phone kept ringing. ‘We keep getting more and more calls,’ Foster said of his trailer, and he won’t watch. There’s no mirror in there to see the back of the trailer. Those trailers are 53 feet long,” Foster said. “We’re finding out why he wanted to leave Kansas so badly,” Foster said.OHP said the man claimed he rode a pickup in the hope of finding his wife. Now, he is accused of public fun and drunkenness. “This is just a really unusual scenario but the law is prepared for it. Wandering in or around without the owner’s permission is a misdemeanor offense with a sentence of up to one James. Wirth, the Oklahoma attorney, said one year in county jail and either a $100 to $500 fine, both of which he faces are misdemeanors.

Joyriding is not a charge we usually see, but soldiers said it was in line with a man they arrested this week.

The pickup truck left in the middle of the night and the driver didn’t know, he was carrying some extra goods.

“It’s so weird. We got a call, a 911 call from a busboy who had just entered Oklahoma from Kansas and the person who called him said, ‘There might be a man or someone in the back. this truck,” said Army Serviceman Eric Foster with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

When drivers reported a man riding on the back of a pickup truck on Interstate 35, even first responders were shocked.

“He’s in the back of the truck, is the door open, is it really a person? Sometimes you know around Halloween maybe they’re putting something up, who knows?” Foster said.

However, the phone kept ringing.

“We keep getting more and more calls,” Foster said.

Other drivers flash their lights to get the driver’s attention.

“Honestly, he didn’t know that there was anything in the back of his trailer and he wouldn’t. There’s no mirror there to see the rear of the trailer. Those trailers. 53 feet long,” Foster said.

Now, an investigation is underway and the man who went looking for fun is behind bars.

“We’re looking into why he wants to leave Kansas so much,” Foster said.

OHP said the man claimed he drove the pickup in the hope of finding his wife. Now, he is accused of having fun and getting drunk in public.

“This is just a really unusual situation but the law is prepared for it. Wandering in or around without the owner’s permission is a misdemeanor criminal offense with a sentence of up to up to a year in county jail and/or a fine, said James Wirth, an Oklahoma attorney.

The suspect’s bond was $2,000 in the Logan County Jail. Both charges he faces are misdemeanors.

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