Mount Pleasant man allegedly threw goods around Save A Lot and hit cars

ROOT — A Mount Pleasant man allegedly threw goods around Save A Lot, 1500 State St., and hit cars.

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Tony L. Harris, 41, of the 600 block of S. Green Bay Road, has been charged with felony possession of narcotics and possession of marijuana and misdemeanor resisting an officer, obstructing an officer, criminal damage to property and disorderly disorder. conduct.

According to a criminal complaint:

On Tuesday, officers were dispatched to Save A Lot for a man entering and stopping traffic. Another caller said the same man hit their car.

Officers arrived and learned that the man was inside the store throwing away products. The store manager was following the man, identified as Harris, who was talking on the phone and saying the police were going to shoot him.

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Officers approached him and he said, “Do you know what time it is? The officers ordered him to stop and he shouted, “Do you really want to touch me? He then removed his sweatshirt and shirt, leading to officers pulling out their Tasers.

Officers eventually arrested Harris.

A search of him found 4.2 grams of marijuana and 7 sachets containing 2.4 grams of fentanyl.

An officer then spoke to the store manager who directed him to where Harris had dumped and damaged retail products. The items were cooking oil, boxes of cereal, cakes and cans of beans. The cost of the damaged product was approximately $200.

On Wednesday, Harris was given $300 cash bond in Racine County Circuit Court. A preliminary hearing will be held Dec. 1 at the Racine County Law Enforcement Center, according to online court records.