Girlfriends In Washington State Are Literally Stuck Together Police say every time a woman with an outstanding warrant tries to turn herself in, her girlfriend is by her side. A counselor glued their pinkies together to see if they could make it as a couple.

Girlfriends In Washington State Are Literally Stuck Together

Girlfriends In Washington State Are Literally Stuck Together

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Police say every time a woman with an outstanding warrant tries to turn herself in, her girlfriend is by her side. A counselor glued their pinkies together to see if they could make it as a couple.

AILSA CHANG, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Ailsa Chang. Police in Centralia, Wash., have been stumped by a woman with an outstanding warrant for her arrest. Every time she tries to turn herself in, her girlfriend is stuck to her side - literally. Centralia Police say the couple's guidance counselor glued their pinkies together to see whether they could go through life as a couple. It was couples therapy gone awry. Police have told the women to seek medical attention. But why split up now if it means jail time? It's MORNING EDITION.

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