SARASOTA, Fla. – A Florida man called pranking people in the Bay area facing felony charges after he took "April Fools" joke on a random woman and her children too much in Sarasota.
Deputies to Sarasota County Sheriff's Office say that Charles Ross, aged 25, was arrested on felony charges after contacting a woman who was carrying her two children in Walmart car parking and attempting to mention her on charges. fake traffic. Ross was wearing a full law enforcement uniform and stick on his belt, according to the sheriff's office. The incident was captured on a surveillance video. From a distance, you can see Ros walking up the woman and issue a fake ticket to her.
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Ross has a history of organizing pieces and putting them on YouTube. In 2013, New Ross was captured for reporting on patrons at Bradenton's film theater. ABC Action News interviewed Ross about the distress and said the idea was just like giving a handful to strangers. The film theater called deputies was given a patron and Ross was arrested for misbehavior and a breach of probation.
Ross has charges for impersonating a police officer.
Sarasota County Sheriff's Office plans to release more information about Ross's arrest at Friday's news conference at 10 a.m.
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