Fake traffic stop ends in free $40K Mustang for Corley
By Meaghan Downs
Wednesday, January 9, 2013 at 9:40 am (Updated: January 25, 2:33 pm)
City Police Officer Michael Corley stood in the pouring rain after he pulled over the driver of a Ford Mustang the Thursday morning before Christmas.
It was a routine traffic stop, nothing more.
Little did Corley know that Mustang would become his new Christmas gift.
“I was pretty clueless until they handed me the keys,” Corley, who recently won a Mustang through the “Battle for Your Mustang” contest, said. “I did not recognize it; I did not recognize the car. I thought it was a legit traffic stop.”
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