I'm pretty sure we all remember the story from a few months ago about the man named Henry Ford, from Detroit, who was a wanted man by the police after he cut off his tether which was given to him after being sentenced for breaking into cars and stealing from them. Ford, who is 49, was wanted for stealing from cars across metro Detroit. Police said he served prison time for his crime, but reportedly cut off his tether once he was released. He allegedly stole GPS units out of cars.

Well Ford was arrested in Inkster on Wednesday, according to WXYZ. Apparently when Ford decided he should be off parole, he sent the Michigan Department of Corrections a note, coupled with the tether he cut off of his ankle. That didn't sit too well with MDOC, and they issued a warrant for his arrest. Now it looks like Henry Ford has a whole assembly line of problems.

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