Just because someone's wearing a t-shirt that says "Number One Dad," that doesn't mean it's true. There's no screening process in order to get the shirt.

Johnson County Sheriff's Office

Jonathan Morrow went into the police department in Paintsville, Kentucky on Wednesday to get a protective order against his wife. She had just run off to Ohio with a guy she met on the Internet, and he was afraid she was going to kill him.

He had his two kids with him and was wearing a t-shirt that said "Number One Dad."

The cops ran his name and found out he had a warrant out in Tennessee for drug trafficking. They tried to arrest him, but he ran. When they pulled out a taser, he pulled his 14-year-old daughter in front of him as a human shield.

Believe it or not, it worked. He got his kids in the car and sped off. He apparently dropped them off with a relative and then kept going, because the cops still haven't found him.

When they catch him, he's looking at a ton of new charges, including fleeing the police and child endangerment.

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