Co-author: Skyler Stuckey
After finishing his weekly rehearsal for an upcoming Robin Hood performance at his local theatre, Wiley Enferee walked into his local Mega-Mart at his wife’s behest to buy a gallon of milk. Not thinking, Wiley walked into the store still carrying his sword on his hip. Wiley quickly found the milk and paid in the self-checkout line, but not before concerned shoppers notified store employees, who quickly called the police. One store employee, Sam Aritan followed Wiley into the parking lot. Wiley left before the police arrived, but Sam jotted down his license plate and told officers which way Wiley went. Officers quickly found Wiley in his car, and noticed he was swerving and looking down. The officers pulled Wiley over and placed him under arrest. Wiley explained that the sword was just a prop and he’d forgotten to take it off. The officers let him go but wrote him a ticket for texting while driving. Wiley is upset that he ended up with a ticket when he was just minding his business. Should Wiley put up a legal fight?