A Wasilla man is back in custody after he cut off his ankle monitor and attempted to flee following an argument Sunday afternoon, Alaska State Troopers say. 

According to trooper's online dispatch, just before 2 o'clock, a caller reported a disturbance near North Day Road in Wasilla.

Troopers responded to the residence and say 21-year-old Lorenzo Hausser, who was on house arrest for vehicle theft and criminal mischief, cut off his ankle monitor and left the house following an argument with a family member. 

The damages to the device are approximately $2100.

"It was further revealed Hausser was on Court Conditions of Release for Vehicle Theft I and Criminal Mischief III with a requirement to wear an ankle monitor," troopers wrote. 

Hausser was arrested for criminal mischief in the third-degree and violating conditions of release. He was taken to Mat-Su Pre-Trial and remanded without bail. 

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