RO Scales Fence, Steals Vehicle
VERNON, CT — A Vernon man is facing two criminal charges after breaking into a storage lot and taking back his car after its second repossession, an arrest warrant indicates.
Keishon Dullivan, 41, was arrested on April 4 and charged with third-degree criminal trespass and second-degree criminal mischief, according to a warrant. He claimed he had a payment arrangement with his creditor and the creditor was uncooperative with police so no theft charges were filed, police said.
But Dullivan was still charged with breaking into Complete Auto Recovery and Transport at 13 Windsor Ave. to take back a 2017 Hyundai Sonata that had been repossessed for the second time on Oct. 21, according to a warrant.
He had confronted to owners of the company about their actions previously, according to a warrant.
Dullivan is accused of scaling a 6-foot fence and thwen backing the Hyundai through the fence to take it back, according to a warrant.
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