The manager of a Skidaway Road restaurant called police after a man who had eaten there refused to pay. Although the manager had asked the man to leave, he refused. The responding police officer asked the manager what he wanted to do about the situation. The manager said since the man could not pay, he wanted to tell him not to return to the restaurant. If the man does return to the restaurant, he can be charged with criminal trespass. The man was taken home by police.
When a driver saw a police unit in the vicinity of Live Oak and 39th streets, he fled the scene. He was traveling at a high rate of speed and failed to stop at a stop light. The man continued through a residential area and again failed to stop at a stop sign. The man drove without regard to the safety of residents, including children, who were in the area, and nearly struck several vehicles on Waters Avenue. His car was weaving from lane to lane and at one point was seen traveling on the wrong side of the road. When police stopped the man, he was placed under arrest.