Police: Fort Smith Suspect Attacks Man For Stealing His Playstation, Flees Arrest

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FORT SMITH (KFSM) – A man in Fort Smith is behind bars after attacking someone for stealing his video game system and then running away when the cops arrived, authorities say.

Mitchell Tudor, 46, was arrested after a witness stated he attacked another man for stealing his Playstation, according to an incident report.

Police responded to a call of a runaway suspect at 3:25 p.m. on July 29 in the 8000 block of U.S. 271. When they arrived, two men were fighting, and they ran away when they saw a police car pull up, the report states.

An officer noticed a man, later identified as Tudor, dive underneath a mobile home. They pulled him out and arrested him, according to the report.

While in the process of arresting him, Tudor’s girlfriend, identified as Angela Gann, 46, walked up to the officers while screaming and attempted to stop the arrest. So, they arrested her too, the report states.

During her arrest, she fought and screamed at officers more, and when she was put into the back of a patrol car, she tried to escape and cursed loudly, all while kicking the door, according to the report.

Police spoke with a witness that was “showing signs of intoxication,” and she said that Tudor attacked another man known as “George” because he stole his Playstation, the report states.

George was not caught after running away during the arrival of police, according to the report.

Gann and Tudor were both booked into the Sebastian County Detention Center. Tudor faces charges of disorderly conduct and fleeing apprehension. Gann faces charges of disorderly conduct, obstructing government operations and resisting arrest, according to the jail’s intake report.



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