A Paducah man is behind bars and his pants are partly to blame. The sheriff’s department says deputies were sent to the 4700 block of Benton road for a report of a suspicious person. During the investigation, the deputies found a pair of pants and boots in a storage shed behind the home where the reporting party lived. Deputies found suspected methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia inside the pant pockets along with an ID belonging to 51-year-old Dalvin Todd. They went to the address on the ID and when he answered the door, Todd was wearing his underwear and admitted to deputies that he’d lost his pants, boots, keys, wallet, meth, and meth pipe. Todd was arrested and he gave consent for the deputies to search his vehicle. Deputies found tools that had been stolen from a shed a couple of days before. Todd had pawned several stolen items at a local pawn shop. He faces several charges including possession of methamphetamine and receiving stolen property over $500.