ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A 50-year-old man, who Arlington police described as a “Grinch,” is in jail after allegedly stealing the Salvation Army bucket at Walmart on South Cooper.
Anthony C. Capasso was armed with a knife when he fled from the store’s loss prevention officer around noon on Monday, Nov. 30. He was arrested in a business parking lot nearby the Walmart in the 4800 block of S. Cooper St.READ MORE: Homeowner Terry Duane Turner Charged In Slaying Of Motorist Adil Dghoughi In His Driveway
Police recovered the red bucket, used to hold donations, along with a stolen backpack.READ MORE: Dallas Neighborhood Crime Spike Has Many Questioning, 'Is Uptown Going Downhill?'
Arlington Police public information officer Jesse Minton said Capasso may be homeless despite providing police with a Mansfield address.
Capasso faces a charge of Aggravated Robbery.
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