KYLE, Texas – Police say a welfare check turned into the arrests of two people who allegedly stole more than $300,000 in checks and around a dozen credit cards.
Kyle police said officers responded to the call at the Stripes along Camino Real around 4 a.m. June 4 for two people in a pickup truck that appeared to be passed out. Officers checked on the man and woman in the truck, and one of the officers recognized the man, 30-year-old Joshua James McGlasson, as having an outstanding warrant in Kyle.
“When he asked the man to step out of the truck, the officer found a pipe with brown residue in the bowl in the man’s pants pocket,” Kyle Police Chief…
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