Someone had cut his tires, according to Deputy Nicole Sprague.
” Mr. Robinson advised that he did not see that they were flat and attempted to drive the vehicle out of his driveway to go to work. However, since both tires were flat, the rear end of the car slid a little bit and hit a fence post causing the paint to scratch on the back bumper. Mr. Robinson stated that each tire would cost $200 and it would cost $200 to have the bumper repainted,” Deputy Sprague reported.
Robinson told the deputy that this incident could be part of an ongoing harassment issue he is having with someone he knows. He told the deputy about those harassment issues.