GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — When it comes to police squad cars, most would choose to stay far away from the backseat and the trouble that could mean.

    In October, a small passenger hopped in, apparently out of simple curiosity.

    The Grand Rapids Police Department posted a photo on its Facebook page, showing a squirrel peering out from the rear window of a squad car on an Eastown street. The creature was right next to a half-opened car window.

    "A prisoner got a little 'squirrelly' today," the department said. "Lesson learned!"

    The animal avoided any time in lock-up and was released back into nature.

    "He just wanted to do a ride-along, I'm sure!" one commenter on the department's Facebook page wrote.

    "Have to love it when they walk right into custody," another reader added.



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