A man charged with metal theft after police say they found his fingerprints on the stolen property receives his punishment.
Charles Anthony Knox is sentenced to five years probation for the charge of theft of aluminum under 20-thousand-dollars. Police say Knox and another man who was arrested on scene took aluminum pipes from a business located in the 2400 block of Burkburnett Road.
They say Knox fled in a vehicle while Brock was being arrested but police say there were able to track him down thanks to fingerprint evidence.
Police say fingerprint evidence helps them arrest a man who fled from officers as they were trying to arrest him in connection with a metal theft back in October.
Twenty-three year-old Charles Anthony Knox is charged with theft of aluminum under $20-thousand.
Police say Knox and another man who was arrested on scene, 40-year-old Daniel Kevin Brock, took aluminum pipes from a business located in the 24-hundred block of Burkburnett Rd.
They say Knox fled in a vehicle while Brock was being arrested. He's now jailed on a $10-thousand bond.