The Sax Man Was Arrested for Allegedly Stealing Sunglasses From Tower City

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Maurice Reedus Jr., also known around these parts as The Sax Man, was arrested this month for allegedly shoplifting a pair of cheap sunglasses from a store in Tower City.

Reedus was also arrested on August 1 for contempt of court.

We're trying to track down the exact arrest date and charge, but The Sax Man, a source said, is now banned from Tower City for life. He apparently had over $100 in his possession at the time of the incident.

A documentary on his life is due out in early 2014.

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