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Unlike getting Smoked, there is only one way to get arrested in Saints Row and Saints Row 2. After getting knocked down by a Police Officer, they may flip The Protagonist on their belly and handcuff them.
Any time The Protagonist is knocked down by any police officer, he will be arrested. Any time The Protagonist is pulled out a of a vehicle by police, he will be Busted, regardless of health level.
The cost of bail after being Busted is 10% of the current amount of Cash.
There are 3 police stations where The Protagonist will be taken when Busted nearby.
Saints Row 2Edit
Getting busted in Saints Row 2 is less common, and usually only happens at low levels of Police Notoriety while The Protagonist is at low health. Unlike in Saints Row, The Protagonist can get knocked down without getting instantly busted, and can only be busted when under 30% health. There cost of bail is $500.
After being Busted, The Protagonist may be taken to
- North Island - Courthouse - Adept Way
- South Island - Police Headquarters - Athos Bay
- Stilwater Prison - Sidedoors of the Prison - Stilwater Penitentiary
After being Busted at the Nuclear Power Plant, The Protagonist respawns in a the Prison Infirmary interior which is used in the opening cutscene. This interior is located beneath the prison itself, and while the floor is solid, but the walls are not.
Saints Row: The ThirdEdit
At the end of When Good Heists Go Bad, the leaders of the Saints are arrested and put in jail, but it is otherwise not possible to be Busted during the game.
- In Saints Row, the screen turns red, in Saints Row 2, the screen turns grey.
- If another Police Officer uses Pepper Spray on The Protagonist while being handcuffed, he will stand up, but will still be arrested.
- The player can sometimes appear in the Downtown Courthouse after a successful activity or mission in Saints Row 2 as if busted without it being registered in the statistics and missing $500, although it will register in hospital bills paid.