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Powhatan man arrested again after being released from jail

COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA (WWBT) - A Powhatan man is arrested for an attempted carjacking — just hours after he was released from jail.

Colonial Heights Police took Mark Sharp into custody over the weekend.

The victim told police that a man demanded her keys at the Sheetz on Conduit Road.

He ran away when she screamed.

Police found Sharp in a wooded area behind the Sheetz.

The victim identified Sharp as the attempted carjacker.

He's now back at the Riverside Regional Jail being held without bond.

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