Utah Man Arrested for Criminal Buffet Theft

Everyone knows that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. That won’t stop some people from trying, though.

A man at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, was arrested for trying allegedly to take part in a free buffet for competitors in an archery competition on campus. He has been charged with second-degree felony robbery, according to NBC affiliate KSL.

Police said Maurice Henry Glen Crichlow, 20, was spotted going through the buffet line for the second time when he was confronted by a food service employee.

After the employee told Crichlow that he needed to pay for the food, Crichlow allegedly became belligerent, and shoved the employee and another who had come to diffuse the situation.

According to WSU spokesman John Kowalewski, Crichlow told the employees that if they had a problem with him going through the buffet, they should call the police. That’s exactly what they did.

In addition to robbery criminal charges, Crichlow is charged with disorderly conduct and interfering with an arrest.


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