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An Arkansas man is facing a felony theft charge after he was arrested on Friday after he allegedly shoplifted a gel inner sole, and “other foot products from a grocery store and then struck a chain-store employee with his vehicle in the store’s parking lot, according to a new report.
Mitchell, Allen, Anderson, 26, of Hot Springs, Ark., was arrested at his home shortly before 9:30 a.m. on a theft charge, which is punishable by up to 20 years in prison, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported on Tuesday.
In addition, He has outstanding warrants for failure to appear and failure to comply with the newspaper.
THE SHERIFF OF ARKANSAS, AND CHARGED WITH THE ATTACK ON 3 PEOPLE IN CUSTODY
He was being held in lieu of $8,500 bond and was set to appear this coming Friday in the Garland County District Court.
Mitchell, Allen, Anderson, 26, you can get 20 years in prison if convicted on robbery charges, authorities say. (Garland County Sheriff’s Office)
According to a statement released early Friday morning, Garland County Sheriff ‘ s Sgt. Joshua Cannon, Cpl. by Clayton in Green, and the Deputy Elwood McConnell has been sent to the Harps Food Store in response to the report of a shoplifter who when confronted by the employee, is said to have struck with his car on the run.
ARKANSAS POLICE OFFICER ‘CARRIED OUT’ IN THE CAR, WAS SHOT 10 TIMES IN THE HEAD, RESEARCHERS SAY, WHEN THE VIDEO COMES OUT
The deputies spoke with the alleged victim and a witness who said that she had seen a man stealing from the shoe inserts, and other items to make the outside of the building, the newspaper reported.
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The pair allegedly confronted the man as he tries to get away, before he allegedly drove forward, striking the victim in the front of the vehicle. The victim was reportedly not injured, and the Democrat-Gazette reported.
The man then allegedly threw the stolen items to the workers, as he drove away. The witnesses could get the license plate number.
After deputies reviewed the store’s security footage, they recognized the defendant when He, and the Democrat-Gazette reported. The vehicle was located a short time later, in the house.
Deputies went to the home and spoke with Anderson’s mother, who let them into the house.
Inside, they found Anderson and is reportedly confirming that he was the man seen in the security video. He was taken into custody without further incident.