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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville man is in police custody after he allegedly burglarized Papa John's Cardinal Stadium and tried to make off with a large amount of U of L sports memorabilia.
According to an arrest report, University of Louisville Campus Police stopped 24-year-old James C. Reed shortly after 1:30 Saturday morning as he was seen sliding a large duffle bag under a fence on the property of the stadium.
Police say they stopped Reed and he gave them permission to search his bag. That's when officers say they found "a large quantity of U of L sports memorabilia" and clothing.
According to the arrest report, Reed did not want to cooperate with officers during his arrest, holding his hands together and not allowing himself to be handcuffed.
Reed eventually admitted to the burglary, according to the arrest report. He was charged with resisting arrest and second degree burglary.