Correction: This story has been corrected with the proper spelling of the suspect’s name that was originally reported to be “Jordon.”

SAXTON, Pa. (WTAJ) — A Saxton man was taken into custody after state police say he drove through the front doors of a local business in an attempt to rob the store and then slapped a bystander in the face before fleeing.

Jordan Duvall, 34, of Saxton is facing charges after he drove his car into the front doors of the Saxton Market back on Nov. 7 so he could gain entry and take items from the store. State Police say he then got agitated with bystanders and slapped one in the face before walking off, barefoot.

According to a witness, Duvall drove up to the front of the store and yelled at people out of the car window before driving through the front doors. After getting out, he yelled at bystanders and claimed he was going in to buy dog food. The witness said he kept Duvall distracted to keep him from getting back in his car and that’s when he left on foot, slapping another person as he headed off.

Troopers arrived at the scene and were able to catch Duvall shortly after he fled. Police noted in the report that he seemed to be under the influence and was acting erratically. A search of his vehicle found suspected meth and related paraphernalia.

State Police report they have filed charges including felony counts of burglary and criminal mischief. More than $7,800 in damage was done to the Saxton Market that day, according to troopers.

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