TROY (WWJ) – Police in Troy say a 19-year-old man was arrested at the Somerset Collection after stealing a $12,000 watch, biting a loss prevention officer and showering a store security guard with pepper spray.

Dequan Williams, of Detroit, was arraigned Friday on one count of armed robbery and ordered held on a $200,000 bond.

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Police say the incident happened just before 4 p.m. Thursday at Saks Fifth Avenue on West Big Beaver Road.

A store employee told police that Williams approached the sales counter and asked to see a $12,000 Cartier watch. Police say Williams offered a fraudulent driver’s license as identification, which was accepted by the employee, who then handed Williams the watch.

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When Williams had the watch partially on his wrist, police say he fled from the sales counter.

A loss prevention officer and store security guard ran after Williams and attempted to apprehend him. During a struggle, police say Williams bit the loss prevention officer and sprayed both men with red pepper spray in an attempt to evade capture.

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The loss prevention officer and security guard were eventually able to detain Williams until police arrived and placed him under arrest.