Man Returns to Scene of Reported Elk Grove Fight, Gets Arrested

March 25, 2014 | Elk Grove Police arrested a Sacramento man last night who returned to the scene of a fight. According to police ...

March 25, 2014 |

Elk Grove Police arrested a Sacramento man last night who returned to the scene of a fight.

According to police reports, officers responded to the Super Taco Restaurant located on the 4700 block of Laguna Boulevard after a patron called in saying a fight was taking place and one of the parties in the fight might be armed with a handgun. When officers arrived, 26-year old Perry Anderson of Sacramento had already left the facility.

Officers determined that Anderson had been inside the restaurant challenging a customer to a fight. While inside the restaurant, Anderson allegedly began flipping tables and broke several table tops and a menu sign. 

While officers were on scene, Anderson drove into the parking lot and was detained. A records check revealed that Anderson was on probation. 

Anderson was arrested then transported to the main jail where he remains in custody on $40,000 bail. No weapons were located. 

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Carnac the Magnificent said...

Answer: The scene of numerous solicitations and drunk driving incidents in the very near future?

Answer: Gil Moore's beer cave!

Anonymous said...

Always knew criminals are pretty stupid.

Returning to the scene of a crime?

Future Darwin Award winner when the victim decides to put five 9mm shots into him at point blank range.

Anonymous said...

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