INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– Police arrested an Indianapolis man Sunday in reference to a theft of a Household Greenback on the northeast aspect.
The incident occurred round 9:15 a.m. Sunday on the retailer situated at 4540 Shadeland Avenue.
An worker on the retailer stated the suspect, later recognized as 30-yr-previous Charles Archey, left the shop in a black Chysler Pacifica. A short while later, a car matching that description was noticed on Sherman at thirty sixth Road. Police adopted it to a house on Lasalle Road.
Archey was getting out of the automotive when officers ordered him to cease shifting. He refused and was seen making an attempt to throw an object by means of the open automotive window.
Police say Archey tried to tug away whereas being handcuffed, so officers used a Taser.
An undisclosed sum of money was present in his proper entrance pants pocket. The sufferer’s cellular phone was discovered on the again seat floorboard and is believed to be what Archey threw out of the automotive.
Archey faces preliminary expenses of theft.