Wedgie as good as handcuffs in suspect detention

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - It took a wedgie and a headlock to pin
down a man suspected of breaking into a car.
Yvonne Morris, a technician at the Brickyard Animal Hospital,
says she chased a man who broke into a co-worker's car, but he kept
squirming away from her.
Morris eventually grabbed the man's boxer shorts and pulled.
Salt Lake City police say she then she put a headlock on the man
until help could arrive.
The man was booked into the Salt Lake County jail on suspicion
of vehicle burglary, possession of stolen property and outstanding
warrants.


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