So then they slapped the cuffs on her and dragged my half sister to the county jail.
In the spring, Daria as well as I went to a concert one state over. The drive was almost 3 hours, so all we grabbed the family SUV. It gets the best gas mileage, as well as the AC is always working. My half sister Daria paid for half of the gas, as well as all of us break the driving time between us. I drove for the first shift. I did manage to obey the traffic laws, because I didn’t want to get pulled over. I was starting to fall asleep after 4 hours, as well as I woke up to tell Daria to drive. She was on the road for a few moments before all of us saw police blue and red lights behind our car. My half sister was obeying the speed limit, as well as all of us had no clue why they were pulling us over to the side of the pavement. They came to the window as well as asked my sibling for her drivers license. They asked Daria to exit the car, as well as they questioned her for such a long time. They thought my half sister looked like an escaped criminal. My sister tried to explain who all of us were as well as what all of us were doing! Since our last names were not the same, they didn’t believe our story. The police didn’t listen to her or I. So then they slapped the cuffs on her and dragged my half sister to the county jail. All of us had to hire a criminal defense attorney to prove that Daira wasn’t the criminal. Luckily, the criminal defense attorney got us out in less than 24 hours. The sheriff apologized for the case of mistaken identity.