A wife and mother of two finds herself in legal trouble for an incident that happened more than 20 years ago.
Robin Hall and her family were leaving their cruise ship in Florida when she was greeted by authorities.
Robin admitted to shoplifting cigarettes from Walmart 22 years ago when she was 18 but failed to pay 85 dollars in court costs.
When authorities checked the ship's passenger list for terrorists, they found a warrant for Robin Hall.
Hall said, "I take full responsibility for what I did, but I do not believe I deserve this."
Since the misdemeanor theft incident, she graduated from college with a degree in architecture, and helps design jet engines for Pratt & Whitney in Connecticut.
This legal issue is not expected to be cleared up until tomorrow.
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