Authorities in Virginia say a man had just been released from jail when he was arrested again for vandalizing the same facility.
According to WWBT, 46-year-old William Strasburg was arrested early Thursday morning following an attempted traffic stop.
Deputies from the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office reported that the Fairfax man sped away when they flashed their lights. Upon catching up with him a short time later and bringing his vehicle to a stop, reports indicate officers had to use force to remove him to be arrested on suspicion of criminal charges including felony eluding, obstruction of justice and reckless driving.
Strasburg was released from Rappahannock Regional Jail later the same day but was soon in trouble with the law again after allegedly vandalizing and destroying property at the same jail after arguing with an employee.
Reports claim surveillance footage shows the man engaged in an outburst that included kicking and damaging a tray located in the jail’s property release area.
He was reportedly behind bars at the same facility that day after he was arrested upon entering the sheriff’s office to pick up a belonging taken when he was arrested the first time. As of the latest updates available, he remained in jail without bond.
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