Leslie Lind, a 32-year-old Grand Junction man, was wearing nothing but his white socks when he was arrested under suspicion that he robbed a liquor store Monday night, according to KJCT.
Lind, almost entirely nude, entered Last Chance Liquors wearing only a pair of socks, grabbed a bottle of liquor and cigarettes and then left without paying, KKCO reports. Police caught up to Lind and found that in fact he did have more than socks on him -- he was also carrying a glass pipe and small bag of marijuana.
According to the arrest affidavit, police first took Lind to the hospital due to his mental state when first confronted. However, when they took the handcuffs off at the hospital, he charged an officer and tried to punch him until he was finally restrained.
7News reports that Lind was subsequently arrested on suspicion of shoplifting, public indecency, assault on an officer and possession of marijuana/paraphernalia and taken to Mesa County Jail.
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