Police spotted Hutchins’ vehicle again — this time unoccupied — in a nearby neighborhood on Teal Court, according to the release. Officers then set up surveillance and waited on him to return. During that time, police found at least one more car that had its window smashed and interior ransacked.
By 4:45 a.m., Hutchins was taken into custody without incident, police said. At the time, authorities said he was in possession of a window-breaking device.