Police finally catch ‘serial toilet clogger’ who targeted dozens of bathrooms in Michigan

A repeat offender who deliberately clogged dozens of toilets has finally been caught and arrested. The 33-year-old man stuffed empty bottles of soft drinks into the pipes, leaving a blockage and no way for waste to escape. Police posted on Facebook that they arrested a man for a ‘string of vandalism that has been occurring at Deland Park over the past two years.’ They were tipped off by a citizen to find the man.

Police said he had damaged a women’s bathroom at a Michigan community centre at least 30 times in the past two years. ‘It’s very inconsiderate,’ Chrystal Storck, who brings her son, Grayson, to Deland Park a lot, told ABC. ‘It’s really nice to come out here. We love it.’ The broadcaster said sometimes they can’t be removed and the whole toilet has to be replaced.

It has cost $3,000 to fix the toilets so far. Posters had been stuck up around the bathrooms asking people to be vigilant and report suspicious activity. Sheboygan Police Department posted on Facebook: ‘Members of the Sheboygan Police Department arrested a 33 year old Sheboygan man for the string of vandalism that has been occurring at Deland Park over the past two years. ‘The information leading to the arrest was provided by a citizen. The Sheboygan Police Department would like to thank those that provided us with information.’




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