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Repo-Man arrested for taking more than just cars in Port St. Lucie

Repo-Man arrested for taking more than just cars in Port St. Lucie

Repo-Man arrested for taking more than just cars in Port St. Lucie

On May 17, 2017, Port St. Lucie Police arrested 28 year old Repo man from West Palm Beach for burglary of an occupied dwelling and petit theft after he stole a wheelbarrow from the side of a house while he was performing his duties.

On May 17, 2017 at around 4:50 am, Port St. Lucie Police went to the 5300 block of NW Milner Drive for reports of a disturbance. Police spoke to the repo man who told police that as he was repossessing a car. After the hook up of the vehicle he was approached by the owner.  The owner threatened him with a machete and then demanded he not take the truck. The repo man feared for his safety and called police.

The police were approached by a citizen who reported that someone had stolen his pressure washer from the back of his truck.  The truck  was parked in the 6700 block of NW Monaco Court. As the owner of the pressure washer was talking to police he noticed that his pressure washer was on the back of the Repo truck.

Police interviewed the repo man

Police interviewed the repo man who admitted to taking the pressure washer. Then the  police learned that the repo man took a wheelbarrow from the side of a house located in the 5300 block of NW Nekoma Street. Police also found a set of truck taillights that the repo man took off a truck that was parked in the 2400 block of SE Sapelo Avenue.

The repo man was arrested for the theft of the wheelbarrow. Police are currently attempting to contact the owner of the taillights. The owner of the pressure washer declined to press charges due to the fact that he got his property back. The repo man also declined prosecution on the homeowner who threatened him while he attempted to repossess the car.

The repo man was taken to the St. Lucie County Jail for booking.

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