Police in Sugar Creek, MO, have confirmed that they arrested a man with six active warrants- and had to pull him out of his vehicle.
Aaron Fletcher was the subject of police response on Monday after he asked for information on an officer’s personnel file.
After Sugar Creek Police gave the man information on how he could do so through legal channels, they sent him on his way.
After he departed, they soon learned of Fletcher’s identity and six active warrants, also taking note that his license had been revoked.
According to FOX4KC, the officers soon tracked Fletcher down and chased him for some time until he got to a residence near his house, where two people were already recording with camera phones.
Fletcher refused to exit his vehicle, claiming, “I’m not armed, I’m not opening the door.” According to the Kansas City Star, Fletcher identifies himself as a “sovereign citizen” meaning he does not recognize the authority of local, state, and federal governments.
After repeated orders, police eventually extracted him by breaking open the window with a baton and pulling him through the newly-cleared window.
Fletcher was hostile all the way to the police station, and is being held on a $4,000 bond and faces charges of driving while revoked, eluding the police, resisting arrest and failure to obey a lawful order.
Body camera footage was released Tuesday afternoon.
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