JUST IN: Wanted Fugitive On THE LOOSE- That’s When SWAT Steps In…

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Dean James AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

A wanted fugitive is behind bars after literally running into a group of 30 SWAT officers and K9-units conducting training in the area. Unbelievable! 

The unusual incident happened in Provo, Utah.

Provo Police report that Derreke Nelson, 39, was trying to elude parole officers when he was caught Thursday, Fox News reports.

“Of course, it helps when fugitives run right into a crowd of 30 SWAT officers and three K9 units who just happen to be training in the area,” Provo police said.

Nelson was declared a fugitive when he failed to check-in with his parole officer on Feb. 22, KTVX-TV reports. He was on parole for charges relating to theft, forgery, and possession of a forgery device.

Officers spotted Nelson in a car with two others. They all took off when the car was stopped, according to the station.

The search for one of those other individuals prompted police to put a nearby elementary school on “soft lockdown.”

Police caught that person and took him into custody.

From the Provo Police Department Facebook page:

“Today at about 2:00p.m. a fugitive ran from Adult Probation and Parole agents in Provo. Provost Elementary School went into soft lockdown mode for a short time while officers assisted AP&P agents in a search that resulted in a speedy arrest. Of course, it helps when fugitives run right into a crowd of 30 S.W.A.T. officers and three K9 units who just happen to be training in the area.”

WOW! That is incredible!

America’s Freedom Fighters wants to thank all of our dedicated law enforcement officials and we ask our Lord to keep them safe.

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God Bless.

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