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Police Found Man In Freezer

PAINESVILLE, Ohio (AP) - Maybe Malcolm A. Curry misunderstood when police ordered him to freeze.

Officers found the Cleveland man hiding inside a chest freezer with three bags of ice and a turkey after he led police on a car chase.

Painesville police Captain Rick Kline says the 28-year-old fled when an officer tried to arrest him on an outstanding warrant for contempt of court and a probation violation. Curry damaged a patrol car during the chase, then was cornered by officers when he ran into a stranger's house.

Police surrounded the house after an elderly woman ran out the back door. Curry was charged yesterday with felony counts of failure to comply and vandalism along with misdemeanor traffic violations.

He did not post a 15-hundred dollar bond and was being held in jail.

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