If you plan to partake in the fall tradition of enjoying the fun that a corn maze can bring, don't do it with the police on your tail!

Sure, you may lose them in the maze, but you know what the police have that you don't... a helicopter. In Sonoma County California, that's exactly what happened to 29-year-old Ryan Kenneth Watt. He was wanted by police for stalking an ex and violating a restraining order. When they first approached him, he bolted right into the Petaluma Pumpkin Patch & Corn maze, the biggest in Northern California.

With only one way out of the maze, the police got to the chopper to help find him. 2 Hours later, with the copter's help, they noticed a near by chicken coop. Let's just say Watts was arrested on numerous accounts and is currently being held on $250,000 bail.

Check out the video above for a peak of the how huge that corn maze is... and no, it was not a police helicopter that took this video back in 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

Watts was promptly arrested and jailed on suspicion of violating his restraining order and resisting arrest, among other charges. He is currently being held on a $250,000 bail.