Following Arrest Suspect Uses Only Phone Call To Order Pizza

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/16 10:53 pm
When you only have one phone call, make it count!

Corbin Police said they arrested a man on suspicion of stealing $36 worth of beer.

Police said when they arrived at the jail, suspect Michael Harp asked to call his family.

Police said Harp was allowed to make one phone call, but instead of calling his family, he called a Domino's and ordered 5 pizzas.

According to investigators, Harp told the pizza place that he was 'Captain Wilson,' who was actually one of the officer's involved in his arrest.

Police said Harp would face additional charges related to the pizza delivery.
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