Police arrested Jonathan Smith early Sunday at a home on East Lynnwood Drive belonging to Mike Leeper and his wife. Leeper told FOX กระเป๋า zara ราคาถูก 12 the couple woke up Sunday morning to their front door wide open and their three cars ransacked. As his wife called policeLeeper went to talk with his neighbors and learned it was not just his home but that the neighbors cars were ransacked, too. Leeper said he was talking with his neighbors when he saw Smith walk up his driveway and get into his wifes brand new 2016 GMC Acadia. As he was getting in my car, I asked him if he needed any help, Leeper recalled. He said, No Im getting in my car and Im just leaving, and I asked him Is this your car? he said yeah and he shut the door on me. That sparked a fight between Leeper and Smith, as the homeowner tried to grab the vehicles keys back and turn the ignition off. Smith didnt give up, though, and the two continued to struggle inside the car as Leepers wife was on the phone with police until he finally got the upper hand. I กระเป๋า โรง เกลือ ราคา ถูก grabbed his feet off the brake and tried to drag him out of the car, Leeper said. He scrambled back into the car and tried to start and move again, and thats when I was able to get inside the car and get on top of him and hold him until the police got there. Officers say Smith had a backpack full of things linking him to a total of eight car prowls in that same neighborhood. He is now in jail facing several จำหน่าย กระเป๋า แบรนด์ เน ม ราคา ถูก charges and is being held without bail.
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