Pair arrested after car catches fire at Roseburg Walmart
The duo were trying to siphon fuel from the engine block of a 1997 Ford sedan into an antifreeze bottle in the parking lot of the when something sparked in the engine compartment.
Police said Ingram and Hatcher ran inside the Walmart when they heard the sirens from fire engines.
Officers took Hatcher into custody on a warrant without incident.
But when police moved to take Ingram into custody, he resisted arrest and had to be restrained to be handcuffed, according to police.
Once placed in a patrol car, Ingram spit all over the interior,
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