'Chrisley Knows Best?' Todd's Brother Arrested For Shoplifting $22 Worth Of Candy!

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Nov. 2 2016, Updated 11:00 a.m. ET

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Chrisley doesn't know best anymore!

Randy Chrisley was arrested for shoplifting $22 worth of candy from a South Carolina Dollar General on October 30, has learned.

Todd's brother was caught red-handed after the store's manager called the police around 5:30 p.m., according to the City of Westminster incident report obtained by Radar.

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The responding officer reported that the manager described Chrisley, 47, to him and he immediately noticed that "his blue pants were bulging with items. His legs appeared so large as to be disproportionate with the size of his body."

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"I also could hear a crunching sound like plastic being rustled coming from his pants," he added. "At this time, I observed the suspect remove a medium sized bag of candy from inside his pants and place it into the buggy."

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Chrisley was placed under arrest at this time for having "concealed items about his person, with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of the full retail value" as he explained to the officer that he "put candy in his pants because he did not have room to carry it."

"He said that he had more bags of candy in his pants as well," the officer noted. "Chrisley advised me that the other candy was in a pair of 'jogging pants', which were under his wind pants. Mr. Chrisley's jogging pants were taped to his legs, preventing the candy from coming out."

The officer then helped Todd's brother make arrangements for his car to be towed from the store, and allowed him to phone home to make accommodations for his 11-year-old son to get picked up.

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He was then taken to the Westminster Police Department, where the officer reported that he "then told me that he had the money to pay for the items he stole, and that he was sorry for taking the items. He also said that he did not know why he took the items."

The Dollar General shift manager later reported that they would not resell the candy, and would like restitution for the goods.

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