Beaverton, Oregon, (The Weekly Vice) - John Jacobson, a 21-year-old Portland man, was jailed after he allegedly tried to steal a case of beer, and was later apprehended with a live mouse in his pocket.
According to the Washington County Sheriff's Office, Jacobson stole a case of beer while a distributor was unloading it from his truck at a Plaid Pantry convenience store in Beaverton.
When the delivery driver saw jacobson steel the booze, Jacobson attempted to flee the scene. The delivery driver attempted to chase Jacobson down, but was injured when Jacobson threw the case of beer striking the driver in the face.
Investigators say Jacobson was found hiding in the bushes at a nearby business.. He was apprehended on scene and taken to jail.
While he was being searched, a deputy found a live mouse in Jacobson's pocket. His father was called to the jail to claim the mouse. Police suspect that Jacobson may be involved in another area beer theft that had happened earlier that day.
Jacobson was booked into the Washington County Jail and charged with robbery and theft.
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