Man ‘wanted to go to jail’

On July 7, 2012, in Cops, Vehicles, by djeyli

Florida police said that a man who told a deputy that he “wanted to go to jail” and then caused $800 worth of damage to a patrol car.

The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office said that the man approached a deputy outside the Bradenton office of the department and told her that he “wanted to go to jail”.

The man, later identified as Shakeem Fleming, 20, put his hands behind his back and told the deputy he did not have any ID.

A second deputy arrived and Fleming then climbed onto the hood of the patrol car and jumped up and down, causing about $800 worth of damage to the vehicle.

“Are you going to arrest me now?” the report quotes him as asking.

Fleming, who was found to be carrying his birth certificate and Social Security card, was placed under arrest.

Fleming told the deputies that he wanted to go to jail because he “had something to do,” but did not elaborate.

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