BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Make no mistake: the long arm of the law will find you, even if it takes eleven years. That’s what Boca Winds resident Skipper Dangler learned overnight.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office took Dangler into custody on a warrant that was issued in 2002. Court records reveal that Dangler was wanted on a charge of “engaging in contracting without a license.” The warrant was issued in November of 2002 and was specifically for failing to appear in court after the contracting charge was filed against him.
Dangler was arrested, booked into the Palm Beach County Jail, and later released on $150 bond.
A PBSO spokesperson tells BocaNewsNow.com, a “warrant arrest can be executed at any time by a mere traffic stop or any type of contact with an individual.”
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