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REPORT: Man Goes On Fast-Food Roof-Jumping Spree, Drops Illegal Special Seasoning During Police Chase

A man was arrested in Detroit, Michigan, after he allegedly dropped bags of cocaine on the roofs of Texas Roadhouse and Red Lobster restaurants while evading police pursuit.

Eric Talton, 29, was arrested on July 3 in connection with the incident, according to CBS News. reportThe St. Clair County Drug Task Force reportedly attempted to arrest Talton in Fort Gratiot Township but was unsuccessful when he fled the scene, citing authorities.

During the ensuing police pursuit, the 29-year-old man allegedly scattered 18.5 grams of cocaine on the roof of a Red Lobster restaurant, then threw 1.8 grams on the roof of a Texas Roadhouse restaurant, according to the outlet.

The suspect was eventually arrested outside a Texas Roadhouse store, where authorities found him with $1,020 in cash during a search, according to CBS News.

Two bags of cocaine allegedly used in the incident were later seized by police, the media reported. (RELATED: '10 dead cockroaches': Florida Red Lobster ordered to close for multiple sanitation violations)

The Detroit man was charged with intent to deliver cocaine, resisting, obstructing, tampering with evidence and operating a drug trafficking house, according to CBS News.

Following his arraignment, Talton was being held on $50,000 bail, according to the outlet.

The turmoil comes just months after the largest seafood chain, Red Lobster, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in May. Announced Despite the filing, the restaurant said it would “continue to operate as usual during the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.”

“This restructuring is the best path forward for Red Lobster as it enables us to address several financial and operational challenges and emerge stronger and refocused on growth,” CEO Jonathan Tibbs said in a press release.

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