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Man who allegedly threw meat and lettuce at H-E-B cashier not arrested, cited for assault and given trespass warning

Police said the man was upset about the purchasing limits of meat products, then threw a package of steak and a bag of lettuce at a H-E-B cashier.

LEANDER, Texas — Leander police have identified a man who allegedly assaulted an H-E-B cashier at approximately 7:30 a.m. Sunday. 

Leander police told KVUE Kevin Nokes was cited for assault-by-contact and given a criminal trespass warning. Nokes was not arrested. 

Police said the man was upset about the purchasing limits of meat products, then threw a package of steak and a bag of lettuce at a H-E-B cashier. The man drove away in a white Ford Fusion, according to LPD. 

Leander police told KVUE it can't release video of the incident.

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