Wanted Man Applies For Job At Police Station, Unsurprisingly Gets Arrested


A wanted man has finally been arrested - after he applied for a job at the local Sheriff's office.

25-year-old John Wesley Rose was being hunted by police for a variety of charges, including the rape, sodomy and sexual abuse of a 14-year-old girl. He probably forgot about that when he applied to be a custody officer at the Wayne County Sheriff's Department in Detroit.

One of the police officers at the station decided to run a background check, which flagged up Rose's outstanding warrants. He was asked back "for a second interview" and his prospective new colleagues slapped the cuffs on him.

"I'm not certain what went through his mind," Communications Director Paula Bridges told reporters. "But for some reason he went into a law enforcement agency, and if the allegations are true, you are a criminal attempting to get a job at a law enforcement agency."

No word on whether or not he got the job.

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