An arrest with sprinkles.
A man in Tennessee is accused of breaking into the same Dunkin’ Donuts shop twice in the same morning. Now, police say, he’ll taste the sweet arm of justice.
On Dec. 29, police in Hendersonville, Tennessee, responded to the shop for a burglary. Officers learned someone broke through the drive-thru window and took two cash registers, according to Hendersonville police.
Workers arrived at the business and heard the suspect leaving through the back.
Investigators got surveillance and determined the suspect broke into the shop twice during the morning hours, according to Hendersonville police. The suspect was using a vehicle that was reported stolen from Goodlettsville, Tennessee, days earlier.
On Jan. 11, police say they arrested the suspect — 33-year-old Reagan M. Durocher. He was charged with two counts of burglary, one count of theft over $1,000 and one count of vandalism under $1,000.