A 59-year-old Fort Lauderdale, Florida man was arrested and charged with felony criminal mischief after police arrested him while damaging Cal electric cars. Following an investigation, police found 20 scooters in the vicinity with their cutting blocks, and they have linked the suspect, Randall Thomas Williams, to others.
A burglary robbery has occurred in Fort Lauderdale, and the police say More than 140 two-wheelers have been damaged since April 2019. Most of the work took place on East Broward Boulevard, near Williams County. All insertion will cut the broken lines.
Williams did not make any motive for the crime, telling police “he did not want to dig himself in the grave”, says SunSentinel. They were usually deployed in the early hours of the morning with the same club, wire cutters and machines, and found the most popular and controversial electric scooters, according to police.
Police alerted Cal and other scooters to the damaged property. Companies are increasingly removing motorcycles from the service to prevent passengers from being injured, they say Police do not know if they were injured while riding in motor vehicles.
Last year, Fort Lauderdale awarded a one-year deal for Lima, Instant, and Bird. Approvals will expire next month, when the city will consider discussing the impact of scooters on travel patterns and quality of life.
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