Wanted man mistakes police cruiser for pizza delivery car

A Vermont man has been arrested on an outstanding warrant after mistaking a police cruiser for a pizza delivery car.

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Michael Gonzalez of Underhill, Vt, was expecting a pizza to be delivered early Sunday. Authorities say the 29-year-old approached the marked police vehicle thinking his pizza had arrived.

Police were in the area investigating public complaints about suspicious activity at a unit in Stonehedge condos in South Burlington, WCAX reported.

Police arrested Gonzalez on a warrant for careless and negligent operation. Police also say Gonzalez possessed a misdemeanor amount of suspected heroin and ecstasy on his person at the time of arrest.

Police found a second resident inside the condo of Gonzalez who also had an active arrest warrant. William Russel, 29, was arrested for a petty larceny charge, according to WCAX.

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Both Gonzalez and Russell were brought to Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility to be held. Gonzalez is scheduled to appear in court today for drug possession charges.