Pa. Constables Served Arrest Warrants In Steelers Van
November 11, 2010
Photo courtesy of Guy Rose.
A pair of Pennsylvania constables having trouble getting suspects to open their doors to serve arrest warrants used a van painted in the yellow-and-black color scheme of the Pittsburgh Steelers NFL team.
Hubie Coleman and Albert "Rocky" Younkin say it worked like a charm, reports the Daily Courier. The constables honked and waited while their curious targets walked to the van. They also played the Steelers fight song as they drove the arrested individuals to the local judge's office.
The constables got permission to borrow the van from Guy Rose, who owns the County Motors dealership along Route 119 in Connellsville, Pa.
Read the full story at PittsburghLive.com.
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ltejeda @ 11/12/2010 7:03 AM
Classic...I love it! In this business, sometimes you gota do what you gota do to get the bad guys.
Hernandez @ 3/24/2013 6:37 PM
Here we go steelers
Good job Coleman we are proud of your honorary work
Your a hero
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