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Police in Montgomery say one of their officers is looking to make a special connection for Valentine’s Day.
Here is the full statement the department issued today, February 13, 2019:
As we approach the romantic holiday of Valentines Day, we’d like to take a moment to reach out in an attempt to make a connection.
In the cold, early morning hours of February 9, Officer Winters was mesmerized by you…. Was it your suspicious activity? Was it you failing to stop for stop signs? Or maybe it was a combination of both. Either way, Officer Winters had to meet you. But you, you played hard to get… You decided to flee Officer Winters. But you were worth the chase. Sadly, it didn’t last long. You drove over a curb and into someone’s yard. Determined to turn down Officer Winters’ advances, you fled on foot, leaving your vehicle. Officer Winters was distracted by your girlfriend that you left in the vehicle, along with your Crystal Methamphetamine.
Your girlfriend, Lisa Ann Gebhart was taken into custody on an active warrant from Northumberland County. Now that she’s out of the way, Officer Winters can focus on rekindling a connection with you. But now, he knows your name…. Justin M. Kennedy, the Montgomery Borough Police Department holds an active warrant for your arrest. Officer Winters won’t take “No” for an answer to meet you face to face. So please, if you see this, let’s make a date (to turn yourself in)!