WE'RE LEARNING MORE tonight - about a Jacksonville man accused of terrorism. That federal case against Shelton Thomas Bell continues. We've uncovered the local police report - detailing why Bell was already in jail when the authorities came looking for him. Channel 4's Kent Justice joins us live from downtown... Kent? 3 3 It's been about a year since this investigation began. Tonight, we're discovering how local police got involved, and why they put Bell in handcuffs before the FBI entered the picture. 3 This arrest and booking report from Jacksonville Sheriff's Office - Along with this arrest warrant - shed some new light of the investigation into this man - Shelton Thomas Bell.Before the Federal indictment on terrorism charges - JSO went after Bell, and put him in jail.The arrest warrant points to GRAND THEFT - and talks about the flea market on Pecan Park Road.In the police report - we learn a detective working off-duty alerted the Intelligence Unit about a vendor potentially ripping off a computer customer.Ø Dated July 22nd last year - Ø a woman says she dropped off her $300 computer to be fixed by Bell.This apparently happened with several people - funding Bell's trip overseas.That's when federal investigators believe Bell was The investigator says, "after the suspect cleared out his booth with all of the victims' property, the suspect bought a one way ticket from the United States to Israel." It talks about Bell's absence from the country for two months.One of the witnesses police interviewed - says another vendor at the flea market says Bell "was talking about joining alqueda and that he was leaving to go join them." While JSO nabbed Bell on a theft charge at the flea market - they also say they got a dose of Bell's terrorism potential.Dated January 19th of this year - the reporting officer talks about arresting Bell at his home - then interviewing him downtown. That's when Bell chastises the officer.Quote, "you're Muslim and you represent the wrong law with the badge." The officer says Bell talked about the Sharia law, the Islamic secular law.Also - the officer says Bell told him this: "Think about it, why do you think I went overseas. Just think about it. Have you ever heard of being a soldier." 3 The Federal indictment says Bell went to great lengths in training others and producing videos on how to prepare for participating in jihadist attacks.