A Rock Hill man used a knife to confront Kmart employees Saturday afternoon, according to Rock Hill Police.
David Brock, 25, went to the Kmart on Cherry Road took a wallet, watch and hat, a Rock Hill Police report states.
When confronted by the loss prevention employee, Brock pulled out a pocket knife and threatened him, according to the report. Brock told the employee, “You don’t want to (expletive) with me.”
Police say they found Brock using his vehicle’s information obtained by the employees. They recovered the stolen merchandise, as well as three pocket knives.
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Brock was transported to the Rock Hill jail and then to the Moss Justice Center. He is being held on a $25,000 bond.