And by the sounds of it, they’d like it to be a private chat, behind the building, holding tire irons.
(Suspect), 42, of Reed Road, stole four wheels and tires valued at $1,120, according to arrest warrants. He also presented a 1994 Chevrolet Camaro that wasn’t his to Johnson Auto Recycling to be crushed for $523, police said.
That better have been a rusted out hulk, because if he crushed something worthwhile, I don’t think any jury in the state would convict angry Camaro fans for beating him down.
He’s got a long and (what’s the opposite of distinguished?) career in crime. Apparently starting his adult criminal career with Murder 2.