April 7, 2010
10:55 p.m. — 8300 block of Tourist Center Drive. Defraud innkeeper. The complainant reported the female suspect and an unknown white male came in and ordered $77.98 in food and drinks. The suspect and the unknown male received their drinks and appetizers. About an hour later, the suspect and the unknown male left the restaurant without paying the bill. When they left, the server was in the kitchen getting their entrees. The suspect left her driver's license on the table. The server positively identified the person pictured in the driver license as being the female that left without paying for the food. The driver license was placed into property and evidence.
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