After giving it some thought, I decided that the lack of information was deliberate.Most of the articles I read were from Tennessee newspapers.But then I noticed how difficult it was to concentrate on my studies the day after. I hate hard drugs and I dislike the violence associated with them.Realizing my problem was directly related to marijuana use the previous evening, I decided there was no way I was going to jeopardize my grades again. At the same time, I openly admit I got a huge kick out of the story you will soon be reading.With morbid fascination, I read the details of This story seemed like an episode straight out of the Dukes of Hazzard - three super-smart rogues trying to outwit the hick country sheriff!However, this time it was the police who came away the winner. One day in 2007 I received all the pictures posted here in an email that was being forwarded around the Internet.I suppose the idea was if they needed to leave fast, they could crawl into the ceiling, kick the ladder away, replace the concealed entrance, and sneak away. In addition to the secret entrance and the secret escape hatch, there were surveillance cameras everywhere to warn the people inside of snoopers.
Since there was no simple answer to account for the problem, the company had no choice but to track the problem down.For a while, I wondered why the articles were so were vague when discussing how the police tracked Fred down.After all, the same stories gave a thorough description of Fred's punishment.Investigators eventually discovered the illegal splices and alerted the police.I wish I could be more specific with the details about how they got caught.