Watch Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey play Wheel of Fugitive

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Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey wins the Internet today. Not only has the sheriff's department announced that it's come up with a new smartphone app, which allows users to search for sex offenders, scroll through recent mugshots, get crime alerts and send the department crime tips, it has also launched a new YouTube game called Wheel of Fugitive. This week's lucky fugitive from justice is Adam Wesley Sander, a young man with a star tattoo on his face who's wanted for failing to appear in court for possession of methamphetamine. 

"Adam, you can do the right thing and turn yourself in, son. Don't make us chase you."



It's brilliant. H/T Dave Plotkin




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