More on Travis Tomko arrest
Tuesday, 11 October 2011 14:03
Former WWE and TNA wrestler Travis Tomko was arrested yesterday for attempting to rob a CVS Pharmacy in St. John's County in Florida.
Tomko was arrested after police alleged that he threatened the pharmacist unless he gave him several bottles of Oxycodone. Tomko is then, according the police report, alleged to have gone to a nearly Chili's where he asked a waitress for a spoon and went into the men's room for 30-to-40 minutes.
When police arrived, Tomko had needle marks and blood running down his arm and flushed something down the toilet.
When Tomko was arrested, he told police he had a severe drug problem. He was booked for robbery and is being held on $7500 bond.
He admitted to police he took the Oxycodone and injected it, but said he never threatened anyone.
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