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Man Steals Meat From Grocery Store

Bryan Hodges

A 51-year-old man was arrested and booked on drug charges and theft. Sargeant C. Roark was working off duty patrol at a Super 1 Foods when he was informed of a customer shop lifting.

Bryan Hodges was seen placing items from the store down his pants. Roark stopped Hodges and asked him what was under his shirt where he  then replied "my meat." The officer found a packet of brisket, cutting shears, a four inch blade, syringes, and methamphetamine on Hodges.

Hodges said he had the syringes, because he wanted to use them so he could take the meth. Hodges was charged and sent to Ouachita Correctional Center where he is being held.