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Monday, November 28, 2016

HELLO, BOLO! Bench Warrant Issued For The Arrest Of Steven Ingersoll In Bay County!


A bench warrant was issued November 17, 2016 in Bay County for the arrest of convicted tax cheat, Steven J. Ingersoll.

Ingersoll failed to appear at an October 25, 2016 court hearing regarding unpaid fines and costs owed to the City of Bay City for an unspecified building code violation.

Hey, Bay County, I know where Ingersoll will be on December 15 at 2:30pm...unless he's already skipped town!

5 comments:

  1. Makes you wonder how hard the police are looking for him? It's been almost two weeks since the bench warrant for Ingersoll's arrest has been issued.

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    1. With a bench warrant, the police won't go looking for Ingersoll. However, because the warrant was entered into the Law Enforcement Information Network (LEIN), if Ingersoll has any contact with the police, he will be arrested, handcuffed and put in jail until his bond is paid.

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    2. Thank you, Miss Fortune, for letting us know. It's absolutely amazing how much information you share with your reading public! Now, it would be so nice if Ingersoll got stopped for speeding, wouldn't it?!

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  2. I would have loved to have seen that happen. He could have gotten a little warm-up lesson on being in jail. Nothing like hands-on experience.

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    1. Jail would have been the perfect (well, near perfect!) place for Ingersoll to get a taste of federal prison. And most people would agree that no matter how long his upcoming sentence will be, it won't be long enough!

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