Man pulled over on 94: 'I'm going to make your job easy. The car is stolen'

A Woodbury police officer had pulled over a man after watching him weave and change speeds. Then the guy got out of the vehicle, put his hands in the air and turned himself in.
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A Woodbury police officer had pulled over a man after watching him weave and change speeds. Then the guy got out of the vehicle, put his hands in the air and turned himself in.

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