Claussen told Francisco that he was not at a Taco Bell and Francisco drove the Hyundai to the bank's front parking lot, according to the Times. Deputies said he was in the front parking lot, the car still idling, when authorities arrived.
In an arrest report, a deputy wrote that Francisco "made several statements that were differing from reality" and denied asking Claussen for a burrito. Deputies said his responses during a field sobriety test "were slow in a way that was consistent with someone on prescription narcotics," WTSP reported. He was given a drug test, the results of which were pending.
During a search of the Hyundai, deputies said they found prescription medication that had been made out in Francisco's name, according to the Times.
Jail records show Francisco was booked into the Hernando County Detention Center around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and released Thursday afternoon on a $500 bond.