19-year-old Jordan Bodden was arrested by Palm Beach County Sheriff’s deputies on suspicion of car burglary. This came to light when two witnesses ID’d him as the man who broke into multiple vehicles. One witness saw two males, one matching Bodden’s description pulling on door handles and entering the cars (burglary of a conveyance). Another witness came forward and saw the suspect and a co-defendant enter several cars looking for money and valuables.
Bodden was identified by both witnesses and was handcuffed during the investigation but the suspect broke away from the police and tried to run away on foot.
His pants had other ideas. An Officer grabbed at Jordan’s pants as he began to flee, which might have popped open a button. The result was his pants falling to his ankles and the criminal suspect falling hard on the cement. Apparently he didn’t learn his lesson as once down, he continued to fight the deputies.
Jordan Bodden was charged with resisting arrest without violence, escape and three counts of burglary. As of this writing, the fashionista was still locked up in the Palm Beach County jail on $31,000 bond.
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