Cops Spend Hours In Corn Maze Chasing A Guy

Police in Petaluma, California spent two hours inside a corn maze looking for a man that was suspected of stalking a woman and breaking the conditions of his restraining order.  Ryan Kenneth Watt, who is homeless, had violated a restraining order that barred him from talking to his former girlfriend. Police went looking for him and eventually spotted him. They chased him as he was fleeing across a highway and into the Petaluma Pumpkin Patch corn maze, which sits on 4 acres. They spent the next two hours calling in other officers and a helicopter but couldn't find him. They were just about to call off the search when an officer exiting the maze spotted a chicken coop. When he looked inside, that's where he found Ryan hiding and arrested him. 

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