An unknown suspect made off with $2,385 in merchandise from Walmart in Neosho.

An unknown suspect made off with $2,385 in merchandise from Walmart in Neosho.
Police responded Monday morning when loss-prevention personnel at the 3200 Lusk Drive store reported the theft that occurred the previous day, according to Lt. Jason Baird.
“We’ve got a photo of the guy,” Baird said. “He went out the grocery side, took it to the back of the business and placed it in a black Ford Mustang. It was mostly electronics.”
Police are reviewing surveillance to identify the suspect.
Also Monday:
• Charges of resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia were referred to the Newton County Prosecutor’s Office against a 41-year-old Neosho man who led police on a short foot pursuit when they attempted to arrest him on outstanding warrants at 2:39 p.m. in the 700 block of West Spring Street.
“He tried to run,” Baird said of William Harvey, who has an active warrant from Carthage for failure to appear on a stealing charge. “They ended up tasing him and bringing him down and getting him arrested.”
When Harvey was arrested, officers found syringes on him, Baird said.
• Eric Cruze, 29, of Independence was arrested and charged with third-degree domestic assault after police  responded at 4:31 p.m. to Kum & Go, 15679 Kodiak Road.
Cruse scratched the 28-year-old female victim, also of Independence, when he tried to take the keys from her, according to Baird. “They were feuding,” he said.
• Police responded at 11:31 a.m. to U.S. Bank, 1094 S. Neosho Blvd., after a customer’s account was drawn on by another person for $80.
“Someone came into the branch and took the money from someone’s account,” Baird said. “The bank didn’t check their ID.” No suspect has been identified.
• An officer was called at 10:18 a.m. to High Street Christian Church, 1720 S. High St., where damage was reported to a door knob of the door on the west side of the building. Nothing was missing and no other damage reported. Baird noted the damage estimate is $25.