In Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Deputy Constable Steven Sokoloff went to a car dealership and handcuffed general sales manager Dennis Crilly. He told Crilly he owed $150 in fines resulting from an unpaid $10 parking ticket and was going to jail. But the ticket wasn't even issued to Crilly. It was given to someone who'd bought a car at the dealership months earlier. Crilly and others tried to explain that to Sokoloff for about 40 minutes as customers left the lot. Finally, local police arrived and convinced Sokoloff to take off the handcuffs.