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Police: Pair facing charges after causing disturbance at Walmart while drunk

Alexander Smith, 19. (Princeton Police Dept.) Alexander Smith, 19. (Princeton Police Dept.)
Anthony Davis, 24. (Princeton Police Dept.) Anthony Davis, 24. (Princeton Police Dept.)
PRINCETON, IN (WFIE) -

Police arrest two men at the Princeton Walmart.

Around midnight last night Princeton Police and Gibson County Sheriff's Deputies were called to the Princeton Walmart for a call about two drunk men causing problems in the store.

Police say they found 19-year-old Alexander Smith and 24-year-old Anthony Davis, both from Missouri.

They say Smith took off, was caught at a check out aisle and then subdued with a Taser.

He's facing charges of minor consumption of alcohol, public intoxication and resisting law enforcement.

Police say 24-year-old Anthony Davis is charged with public intoxication and theft he was found with stolen Walmart items on him including a knife.

Both men are in jail Wednesday morning their bonds were doubled because they are from out of state.

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