A real life Bonnie and Clyde run from law enforcement has come to an end...just like it usually does when you break the law and try to run.

According to the Greeley Tribune, Greeley Police tracked the pair down to a local hotel where they conducted surveillance to keep an eye on 26-year-old Korrie Taylor and her "Clyde" and boyfriend 35-year-old Garrett Bliss.

It was anything but blissful for this outlaw couple when police followed them to the 5600 block of 10th Street and hotel employees confirmed the couple had just entered a room.

That's when the real action began as police loudly and firmly demanded them to exit the room, they failed to heed orders and these two lovebirds even took it so far as to set off the fire alarm causing a bunch of damage to the carpet and drywall.

At THIS point, Greeley Police had lost their patience so they creatively entered the room themselves by ramming the door down (just like an episode of Cops) I've always wanted to do that...it looks like such a good stress reliever.

Once inside, officers found 6.5 grams of meth (presumably) along with package and 2.4 grams of heroin (presumably) and this of course is where the Bonnie and Clyde wannabe's trail ended. Taylor and Bliss were arrested and given a ride to the Weld County Jail in the police car.

As of Valentines Day, the two feisty lovebirds were still held at the jail where (presumably) they didn't have too much a romantic day..but then again, that's what happens when you break the law and try to run from the police.

Don't do drugs.

All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in the court of law. An arrest is merely an accusation of a crime by law enforcement.

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