RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- A man who prompted a shelter in place order for people in the northwest part of Raleigh was later arrested for stealing a car.
Raleigh Police Department said it all started around 10 a.m. in the area of Lynn Road and Glendower Road. People called police to report a man carrying around a weapon and threatening to harm himself.
When officers arrived, the man ran off.
Officers were unable to track him down and eventually abandoned the search.
Then, later the same day, police started receiving reports that the man had returned. Police sent out another alert and urged people to report any suspicious activity so officers could continue their investigation as needed.
At around 12:30 p.m., officers found a man matching the description of the first suspect. This man was located with a stolen vehicle in the area of Millbrook Road and Glenwood Avenue.
The man was taken into custody. Police have since identified him as 19-year-old James Frazier. He charged with a pair of felonies related to the car theft and some other misdemeanors related to the earlier disturbance in the neighborhood.