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CrimeMore cowbell gets Florida man in trouble

13:15  12 february  2019
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More cowbell gets Florida man in trouble© Polk County Sheriff's Office Jose Rosado

Cowbells can tell you where to find a cow or a Tampa Bay Rays fan.

One, however, told Polk County deputies where to find a man who was breaking the law, the sheriff's office said.

The story, which the sheriff's office posted on Facebook, began Sunday when 46-year-old Jose Alberto Rosado of Lakeland, Fla., was driving on County Road 540A. He was dragging a cowbell from his trailer hitch.

The racket got the attention of a deputy, who started following Rosado. The deputy noticed his registration was expired.

After pulling over Rosado's vehicle, the deputy learned his license had been suspended for failing to pay fines from a hit-and-run crash. After being arrested, Rosado was found to have a substance believed to be K2, or synthetic marijuana, deputies said.

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Rosado was charged with driving while license was suspended or revoked. He remained in jail Monday evening with bail set at $250.

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