Man Arrested For Using Play-Doh To Fix Cars
In a story that is both strange, but true a man by the name of Nicholas Johnson is being arrested for claiming to fix peoples cars and using Play-Doh to do it.
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Nicholas Johnson, 33, of Port Richey was arrested last week and charged with retail theft and scheming to defraud. Detectives say that in each case, Johnson claimed he was going to make permanent auto body work repairs, but instead used the toy compound – originally descirbed as Silly Putty by detectives – and wax to cover up the damage. Johnson claimed he would return the next day to finish the repairs, but he never did, detectives said. Detectives say Johnson found his victims by driving around neighborhoods and parking lots and approaching people who needed body repair work. He was arrested last Thursday and released from jail on $5,150 bond.
At the moment he has just been charged with these three cases, but authorities are encouraging anyone else who may have had an encounter with him to call their hotline.
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