A man accused of robbing a fast-food restaurant left lots of clues to his identity, police said.
He dropped his wallet, which contained a photo identification card, his Social Security card and birth certificate, according to police.
Nathan McFarland, 42, of Cincinnati, is accused of assaulting at least two KFC employees Saturday before fleeing with an undetermined amount of cash. Using the photo ID from his wallet, employees were able to identify McFarland as the robber, police said.
McFarland has been charged with three counts of armed robbery. He was to be arraigned on Monday.