TULSA - A man released from jail Monday morning ended up back behind bars only hours later.
Twenty-year-old Cameron Hausner, of Sperry, was arrested Sunday afternoon for petit larceny and later released on bond.
According to his arrest report, Hausner and his girlfriend tried to conceal merchandise from a store underneath a jacket and attempted to exit the store without paying. Security detained them both before police arrived.
The report indicates Hausner gave security an Oklahoma driver's license belonging to another man to avoid larceny charges.
Hausner was released from jail at 12:06 a.m. Monday and by 5:30 a.m. he was back in handcuffs.
Police say he led them on a chase after he allegedly tried to break into a south Tulsa gas station.
According to his second arrest report, Hausner said he was trying to break into the gas station to get a Red Bull.
During the chase, officers say Hausner tried to hit an officer with his car.
Less than half an hour into the chase, a dead-end street stopped Hausner and his passenger.
According to the report, Hausner was not cooperative and was forced to the ground and into handcuffs. He later allegedly told officers he's on a suspended sentence and he ran from police because he didn't want to go to prison.
Hausner was booked into jail the second time for second-degree burglary, felony eluding, assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer and resisting arrest.
According to court records , Hausner received a deferred sentence in 2010 for assault with a deadly weapon (automobile). He has previous convictions for violating a protective order, eluding police, leaving the scene of an accident with property damage and driving under license revocation.