The complainant claimed that she asked the suspect about a girl on Facebook. They started arguing, and when he got heated, she asked him to leave. He told her, not until his clothes were done in the washer.
A Greyhound employee claimed that the suspect was shouting in the lobby and refused to leave. Upon contact with the suspect, the officer allegedly smelled a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person. His speech was slurred, and he could not keep his balance.
The officer allegedly saw the suspect switching tags on clothing. After the suspect left the self-checkout and passed all points of sale, the officer made contact. The suspect said post- Miranda that she did switch the tags. The total of the items was $87.
The officer was dispatched to 7110 Youree Drive in reference to a theft in progress. Upon arrival, an employee claimed that he saw the suspect make a juvenile try to walk out of the store with merchandise without paying for it. The suspect stood back and watched the juvenile attempt to leave the store.
The officer repeatedly tried to stop to speak with him, and he proceeded to walk away. The suspect then slipped his shoes off and ran from the officer. The officer pursued him on foot through several residential yards and into a drainage ditch before he was apprehended.
Once released by SFD, the suspect was asked if he had anything on his person, and he said he had a bag of weed in his front right pants pocket. A small bag with approximately 7.3 grams of a green, leafy substance suspected to be marijuana was located and seized.