FAIRHOPE, Alabama May 4 2012– A restaurant employee has been arrested and charged with breaking into the Fairhope Ruby Tuesday’s, city police said today.
William Christopher Stratton, 20, of Loxley was charged with third-degree burglary. He was arrested in connection with a break-in of the restaurant at 901 Fairhope Ave., according to a police statement.
On Tuesday morning, restaurant employees reported that someone had broken into the building at some time after the closing at 11 p.m. Monday. Workers found alcohol and business equipment valued at more than $500 taken.
Later on Tuesday, Fairhope investigators arrested Stratton. There are no other suspects in this case, according to the statement.
Stratton will be transferred to the Baldwin County Corrections Center in Bay Minette.