The Anne Arundel County Sheriff's Office said Sgt. Tanya Pfaltzgraff called many of the county's 8,622 residents with unserved warrants and scheduled Valentine's Day deliveries for Lt. Jennifer Gilbert-Duran, who was posing Sunday as a delivery driver for Keystone Candigrams, The Baltimore Sun reported Monday.
"They schedule their own arrests," Anne Arundel Sheriff Ron Bateman said.
Bateman said about two-thirds of the people who scheduled deliveries were home when Gilbert-Duran arrived and 15 people were arrested after signing their names to verify their identities for the "candy grams."
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