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He wiped what onto that car?! Angry man punches car at dealership

2017-08-02 10:23

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Great Falls - A man is facing felony charges after punching a vehicle at a dealership. He was also caught wiping his faeces on the car.

What would drive a person to commit such an horrendous act of vandalism? He was refused payment for returning a lost set of keys he found on a side walk.

According to Krtv.com, a police officer was summoned to the Great Falls dealership, with the caller reporting that the man was wearing a knife holster.

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A messy situation 

The man, identified as Bryce Steven Boos, allegedly punched a car and, according to court documents, "put his hands down his pants and smeared feces along the length of the car".

Boos felt that the dealership should have compensated him for finding lost keys on a sidewalk.

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Record of criminal behaviour

He was charged with one felony count of criminal mischief and two misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

To make matters worse, court documents show that Boos has criminal records from Washington, Minnesota, and California and was convicted for obstructing a peace officer in Missoula in 2013.

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