Tom Hanks arrested amid kidnapping charges

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested Tom Hanks (61) with assistance from Montana Highway Patrol and Canada Border Services Agency under reports of a steam-powered locomotive attempting to cross the Montana border into Saskachawan. 

Hanks was arrested at 4:05 p.m. outside of Opheim, Montana under multiple charges including unauthorized rail construction, child kidnapping, and operating a locomotive without a license. According to Border Patrol agents, the locomotive contained over two dozen children, 4,000 gallons of un-fair trade hot chocolate, and a stolen collection of rare puppets and dolls. 

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Update: Gov. Spheve Bollocks commended law enforcement officials with the arrest furthering the nation-wide crackdown on human trafficking. Bail was posted at 50 golden tickets.

Hanks was arrested at 4:05 p.m. outside of Opheim, Montana with multiple charges including unauthorized rail construction, child kidnapping, and operating a locomotive without a license.