Century Man Arrested In Connection With Flomaton Subway Burglary

January 9, 2018

A Century man wanted on burglary charges by the Flomaton Police Department has been arrested in Escambia County, FL.

Patrick David Griffis., 26, was booked into the Escambia County Jail Monday afternoon as a fugitive from justice. He is being held without bond awaiting extradition back to Alabama.

In late December, the Flomaton Police Department asked for the public’s help in finding Griffis on outstanding warrants for felony third degree burglary, first degree theft of property and misdemeanor criminal mischief. Griffis allegedly kicked in the back door of a Flomaton Subway restaurant where he worked before stealing cash from the safe.


2 Responses to “Century Man Arrested In Connection With Flomaton Subway Burglary”

  1. just sayin on January 9th, 2018 12:20 pm

    Did you not read the article? It says he kicked the door in at the subway where he worked.

  2. Trocarman on January 9th, 2018 7:03 am

    Just another sad situation where a young male chooses not to get a job, but steal from others. He should be sent to prison…no probation. Century, FL has enough problems without thugs running the streets. Lock him up.

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