Al Snow Blames "Clerical Error" For Arrest

Al Snow only had small complaints about being arrested.

On May 15th, Al Snow was arrested in Winchester, Kentucky. After the arrest he tweeted a statement on the incident saying a typo caused his arrest and he paid a $234 fine. On Apter Chat with Bill Apter, Al Snow gave more details on his arrest and the cause of his arrest.

"Here's what happened: several years ago I was pulled over on a routine stop. They pulled me over because my headlight was out on an old car I had. This was in Louisville, Kentucky. I didn't know the headlight was out because I just had it replaced," said Snow.

He clarified he was ok with the process and explained how the old headlight led to his arrest years later.

"I have two brothers that are retired police officers, my step-father was a retired police officers. I am always supportive of the police, they have a very tough job. I'm not condemning much of the situation with them. It just happened. I do condemn the clerical error that caused it all," said Snow. "Apparently someone failed to record the fact I showed the proof. There was no evidence that I had turned up and showed where I had taken care of the headlight," he added.

Snow then said a bench warrant was placed on his arrest. He claimed he was unaware of the warrant until he was arrested in Winchester, Kentucky. He said he was experiencing car trouble when police arrived and they discovered his warrant. Snow was with his sons when he was arrested and he said his only complaint about the arrest was his sons were left on the side of the road until their mother eventually picked them up.

Apter Chat is available on the 1WrestlingVideo YouTube Channel.

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