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Green Bay police premiere 'Wheel of Warrants' videos

1:21 PM, Mar. 17, 2013
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Green Bay police are using "Wheel of Warrants" videos on YouTube as a way to connect with residents via social media.
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You don't want to be a contestant on a new game show being produced in Green Bay.

Billed as "Wheel of Warrants," it's an effort by city police to increase the number of warrant arrests they make while using social media to connect with residents in a lighthearted way.

Police each week will select 12 people facing misdemeanor or violation charges in connection with about 1,100 outstanding warrants at the department, and place those photos on a spinning device like that used in the long-running "Wheel of Fortune" television show. A department employee then spins the wheel, it stops on a picture, ...

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