A pocket full of stolen jewelry was noted in the arrest of Claremore resident Blaine Hash.
Claremore Police Department records show they were dispatched to a burglary in progress Wednesday night.
At the Weenonah Avenue residence, CPD reports finding Hash coming out of the back door.
In speaking with Hash officers note he was "very nervous" and "not able to sit or stand still."
According to CPD records, Hash allegedly told officers he was "just inside the house getting his property."
During the investigation, though, officers reportedly found a small container in Hash's front pocket—inside was assorted gold jewelry.
Hash told officers he "did not mean to grab the jewelry while he was in the house," according to the police report.
Hash was handcuffed but officers noted that he refused to walk.
He began yelling at the victim telling her not to press charges, CPD said.
Later, Hash allegedly told officers he had used methamphetamine in the past several days.
Hash is facing charges of second degree burglary, resisting an officer and public intoxication.