Seattle, WA - A man suspected of shoplifting beef jerky at a downtown Seattle market was arrested on an arrest warrant accusing him of murder in a fatal crash.
Police say 47 year-old Curtis Jones originally gave a false name and claimed he didn't have any identification on him when he was questioned early Monday morning, but he was wearing a dog tag around his neck with his name.
A records check turned up the arrest warrant in connection with the crash in September of last year, and Jones, who didn't pay for a snack was booked into jail.
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