From NBC Philadelphia: New Mexico police helped a parolee fleeing the country tie the knot with his fiancée at a gas station before bringing him to jail, KRQE News reported.
Caleb Rogers, 28, was scheduled to attend a parole meeting in Albuquerque Wednesday, but he fled when correction officers told him he would have to take a drug test
Police issued an arrest warrant for Rogers, who was on probation and parole for charges including kidnapping, aggravated battery, and extortion. When officers found him at a roadside gas station the next day, he was with his girlfriend and three others en route to Mexico to get married.
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