A person who steadily visited a Driver’s License and Car Registration Office — for months — would also anonymously send pizza to staff, in accordance with a launch from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Workplace.
Timothy Howe, of Troy, Missouri, would visit the office typically, “asking for duplicate titles, abandoned car varieties and different car registration related gadgets,” the discharge states.
Howe, 34, did not simply go to the workplace in Troy for automotive-related manners, although. DMV staff reported that he stalked them, in response to the discharge, and he has since been charged with first-diploma stalking and three counts of first-degree harassment.
“Over a interval of some months, the victims stated Howe would buy them pizzas anonymously,” the sheriff’s workplace wrote within the release posted to Facebook.
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Then, when one of many staff asked him to stop buying her pizza “he bought them for everybody within the office, apart from her,” in line with the statement. The sheriff’s office didn’t say how staff found out who was sending the pizza anonymously.
Howe also once gave an worker “a large amount of cash” and stated, “Go get your self a manicure or pedicure,” a sufferer reported. That was in November 2018, and the office supervisor reported it to the Compliance Investigation Bureau, the sheriff’s office stated. Howe was then informed he might not go to the Troy License…