RICHMOND, Ind., Nov. 12 (UPI) -- Glen Fox allegedly broke into a truck in Wayne County, Ind. -- which turned out to be Prosecutor Mike Shipman's -- and took his wallet.
Shipman had gone for a jog when Fox allegedly stole the wallet and then charged a "sizable amount" on one of the prosecutor's credit cards, said Capt. Melody Truitt of the Richmond Police Department.
Fox was taken down by a group of customers in a Wal-mart parking lot after allegedly trying to break into a woman's car, The Richmond (Ind.) Palladium-Item reported Monday.
Fox was taken to the Wayne County Jail, where he is being held on class C and D felony charges and a $10,000 bond.
He was charged with forgery, a class C felony that could carry a two-to-eight-year sentence along with class D felonies, possession of stolen property and theft, which could both carry six months to three years in prison.