PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Port St. Lucie police have arrested a suspect they say burglarized a Popeye's Chicken restaurant back in September.
On Sept. 2, at approximately 11:25 a.m., the suspect, 27-year-old Rodney King Frazier of Port St. Lucie, entered the Popeye's Chicken restaurant located at 190 SW Port St. Lucie Blvd., approached the cash register, placed a chair under the surveillance camera and sprayed the camera lens. He stole cash, multiple cases of chicken, bags of chicken and a tray of chicken.
Police say there were no signs of a forced entry.
According to a news release, Frazier was identified on November 27 and wanted on several charges.
On Dec. 12, Frazier was arrested and charged with burglary of a structure during state of emergency, grand theft, preventing obstructing extinguishment of fire and criminal mischief.
He is currently booked at the St. Lucie County Jail on a 28,500 dollar bond.
@PSLPolice UPDATE: On 12/12/19, RODNEY KING FRAZIER DOB 5/6/92, (PSL Resident) was arrested/ charged w/ Burg of Structure During State of Emergency, Grand Theft, Preventing Obstruct Extinguish of Fire, Criminal Mischief. Housed -SLCJail on $28,500. Bond. @WPTV @CBS12 @WPBF25News pic.twitter.com/qYN39404sc— Port St. Lucie PD (@PSLPolice) December 20, 2019