A Philadelphia man was picked up in that city and brought back here to face charges stemming from a shoplifting incident that took place at the Weis Market, 620 W. Third St., on Oct. 30, according to court records filed at the office of District Judge James Carn.
When he was caught allegedly attempting to steal $33 worth of merchandise from the store, Keir Donte Miller, 18, initially gave police a false name, according to court documents.
He also bolted from store and hid briefly inside a home in the 600 block of Second Street.
The man then allegedly allegedly left the home through a second-story window and avoided capture until recently arrested in Philadelphia.
Miller was arraigned last week on charges of shoplifting, resisting arrest, escape and false identification to police and committed to the Lycoming County Prison on lieu of $28,500 bail.