CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A Clarksville man was arrested after police say he was caught shoplifting twice on the same day.
According to Clarksville Police, a Kroger employee reported seeing David Felts walk out of the store on Tuesday morning pushing a shopping cart full of beer and pork ribs.
Officers found Felts a short time later, pushing the cart down the street. Felts was given a misdemeanor citation and released.
Not long afterward, an officer saw Felts leaving a Publix store holding the front of his shirt as though he were concealing something. This time, police discovered four rib eye steaks -- two under his shirt and two in his pants.
Felts was jailed for theft. He was released on $500 bond.
Felts is not listed in the telephone directory.
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