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Rodney Dwayne Valentine, (pictured) who had been incarcerated since May 22 for damage to personal property, was released last Saturday from Rockingham County Jail in North Carolina at 8 a.m.

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But, instead of heading home, he wound up right back in a jail cell because he reportedly refused to leave the premises, the New York Daily News reports.

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Valentine argued incessantly with deputies, demanding that they give him a ride to a motel. They suggested that he take a cab to his destination and repeatedly warned him to leave the premises. Legally, officers are not allowed to transport prisoners after they’ve been incarcerated.

Around 1 p.m., Valentine was arrested on the spot, charged with second-degree trespassing, and placed into a cell.

The 37-year-old jailbird is being held on a $500 secured bond and is scheduled to appear before a judge on August 9.


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