Man charged with disabling young women’s vehicles in MetroWest


Police in Milford, Mass., say a man accused of intentionally disabling women’s vehicles in the MetroWest area has been arrested. Alexander Yee, 39, was arrested Tuesday morning at his home in Winchendon, Mass., Milford police said. “He is the person we are interested in. He is also the one who has disabled cars in other jurisdictions. He’s also been charged with this before,’ Milford Deputy Chief of Police John Sanchioni said. Yee has been charged with destruction of property, but additional charges are expected. He will appear in Milford District Court on Wednesday. Milford police say Yee was on probation for a similar charge at the time of his arrest. He was carrying a GPS tracker when he was arrested and during an incident at Target. Milford Police said Yee was not luring women into his car for a ride in this case, but admitted putting juice in a woman’s gas tank and puncturing her tire. “We spoke on the phone. He made a full confession over the phone,” Milford Police Officer Patrick Crosson said. they found out he was contaminated,” Sanchioni said. The incident at Target caused $1,600 in damage to the woman’s car. Police called her behavior disturbing. “His reasoning behind it is that he likes to see people with disabilities,” Sanchioni said. In the past few days, multiple police departments have issued alerts about a man targeting young women’s vehicles. Milford, Mass., police say the man in late 30s targeted women by flattening their tires, filling their petrol tanks with water and then offering to drive them home Bellingham Police said they are also investigating an incident involving the individual.” It is suspected that he tampered with a vehicle in the Charles River Center and then approached the owner when she discovered her vehicle had broken down,” Bellingham police wrote. please be vigilant ilant and let us know immediately if you observe any suspicious activity,” Bellingham Police said. Holliston Police have also warned members of their community about the recent incidents. “Over the past week there have been local reports of an individual attempting to disable cars driven by young women,” Holliston Police wrote on social media. “In these situations, the individual may let air out of a tire or add a contaminant to the gas tank, then approach the woman to offer assistance in the form of a battery, compressor, etc. ‘air or ride.’ Franklin police said the person who was investigating the incidents was spotted in their town on Friday. “If your vehicle is impaired or breaks down shortly after starting, call us,” Franklin police said.

Police in Milford, Mass., say a man accused of intentionally disabling women’s vehicles in the MetroWest area has been arrested.

Alexander Yee, 39, was arrested Tuesday morning at his home in Winchendon, Mass., Milford police said.

“He is the person we are interested in. He is also the one who has disabled cars in other jurisdictions. He’s been charged with this before,” Milford Deputy Chief of Police John Sanchioni said.

Yee has been charged with destruction of property, but additional charges are expected. He will appear in Milford District Court on Wednesday.

Milford police say Yee was on probation for a similar charge at the time of his arrest. He was carrying a GPS tracker during his arrest and during an incident at Target.

Milford Police say Yee was not luring women into his car for a ride in this case, but admitted to putting juice in a woman’s gas tank and flattening her tire.

“We spoke on the phone. He made a full confession over the phone,” Milford Police Officer Patrick Crosson said.

“The woman was able to drive away with the flat tire and re-inflate the tire and went to restart the car. She didn’t restart and they found out she was contaminated,” Sanchioni said.

The incident at Target caused $1,600 in damage to the woman’s car.

The police described his behavior as disturbing.

“His reasoning behind it is that he likes seeing people with disabilities,” Sanchioni said.

Over the past few days, several police departments have issued alerts about a man targeting the vehicles of young women.

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Milford, Massachusetts police say the man in his 30s targeted women by flattening their tires, filling their gas tanks with water and then offering to drive them back at her’s.

Bellingham Police said they are also investigating an incident involving the individual.

“It is suspected that he tampered with a vehicle in the Charles River Center and then approached the owner when she discovered her vehicle had broken down,” Bellingham police wrote.

“Please be vigilant and notify us immediately if you observe any suspicious activity,” Bellingham Police said.

Holliston Police have also warned members of their community about the recent incidents.

“Over the past week there have been local reports of an individual attempting to disable cars driven by young women,” Holliston Police wrote on social media. “In these situations, the individual may evacuate air from a tire or add a contaminant to the gas tank, then approach the woman to offer assistance in the form of a battery, d ‘an air compressor or a ride.’

Franklin police said the person being investigated in connection with the incidents was spotted in their town on Friday.

“If your vehicle is impaired or breaks down shortly after starting, call us,” Franklin police said.


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