Tonkawa police use social media to apologize for arrest
TONKAWA, Okla. – Authorities with the Tonkawa Police Department made an apology over social media to another police department following an arrest Tuesday morning.
On the department’s Facebook page, authorities said they wanted to apologize to the Ponca City Police Department for holding up a sweet treat from making its way to the city.
Tuesday morning, officers arrested a truck driver who was on his way to Ponca City to make a delivery of Krispy Kreme donuts.
The Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office commented on the post, saying, “Just don’t hold up any deliveries to the OKC metro area. Please!”
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics said, “We’re assuming that you’ll be filing for forfeiture of the seized assets aka the donuts.”
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