Couple Says They’re “Locked” In An Unlocked Closet
A Florida couple has been arrested after they were reportedly found locked in a college campus’ closet for two days — but deputies say they likely could have escaped at any time.
Amber Campbell, 25, and John Arwood, 31, were rescued Tuesday from inside Daytona State College, which is closed for the holidays, after Arwood eventually phoned 911 for help, WFTV reported.
Curiously, when the door was finally opened investigators reported smelling meth inside.
They also described having no trouble getting into or out of the closet themselves.
Both were booked on charges of trespassing.
When asked what they were doing inside the closet, the couple reportedly told police that they were hiding after being chased on campus by unknown suspects.
Jailhouse records show that this was Campbell’s second booking in Volusia County following charges in 2013 for aggravated battery of a law enforcement officer with a firearm, escape, resisting an officer with violence, and giving a false name upon being arrested.
It was Arwood’s fourth time, however, following multiple arrests for driving with a suspended license among other charges.
SMH @ the police having “no trouble” getting in or out of the closet.
Don’t do drugs kids!