FISHERS, Ind. - A Fishers man accused of breaking into a car and using a stolen credit card was taken into police custody thanks to an alert driver.
Jordan Smith, 20, was arrested on a felony theft charge Tuesday and was taken to the Hamilton County Jail.
Police said a driver was traveling on State Road 37 when she watched the suspect throw a wallet out the window of his car.
She followed the vehicle into the Sunlake Apartment Complex and flagged down and off-duty officer with the Fishers Police Department.
Additional officers arrived to the scene and found more stolen property in the suspect’s possession.
Police said the stolen property was returned to the rightful owner.
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