Where’s the Meat? New Jersey Man Arrested on Bucks Warrants by Morrisville Police After Meat Theft
A New Jersey man with a long arrest and conviction record was taken into custody on Bucks County Sheriff arrest warrant after giving a whole new meaning to where’s, the meat, apparently.
Morrisville Borough Police arrested Brian K Williams, 58 on July 20th.
According to Police he had just left the Garden Farm Market on East Trenton Avenue just before 8 p.m. with a package of meat valued at $50.00 without paying for it.
Williams has at least seven theft-related arrests with his most recent coming out of Morrisville, according to court records, prior to last week, .
Earlier this year was charged with felony theft related offenses,. That case has yet to be fully adjudicated and is scheduled for trial in September along with a second case for felony theft charges
A local tipster to Williams’ arrest last week, said he had the meat stuffed in a place “where it’s not supposed to ever go.”
Lower Bucks Source was unable to confirm with police if the allegedly stolen meat was located the suspects pants
Morrisville authorities filed charges Monday against the Trenton man for stealing the meat and a second theft case that occurred only days before on more theft charges.
Williams will appear for a preliminary hearing on August 8 in Morrisville District Court. According to court records Officer William Smith was the arresting officer listed.
According to court records, he is being held at Bucks County Prison on the original Sheriff’s warrant with a bail set at 10 percent of $25,000
Now we know where the meat is.
The evidence locker at Morrisville Police Headquarters