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Pizza prank leads to additional charges against inmate

Michael Harp (Source: Whitley Co. Detention Center) Michael Harp (Source: Whitley Co. Detention Center)

CORBIN, KY (WAVE) - A phone call made by a Kentucky man who was under arrest led to additional charges against him.

According to Corbin police, Michael Harp, 29, was taken into custody Wednesday after he allegedly tried to steal alcohol from a store.

Police said Harp used his cell phone to call Domino’s Pizza, claiming to be the officer who arrested him, and ordered several pizzas to be delivered to the police station.

Not long after, the pizzas were delivered and officers had to foot the bill.

Harp is charged with shoplifting, public intoxication, theft and impersonating a police officer.

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