Man who allegedly rigged Metro West’s women’s cars to offer them rides home due in court – Boston News, Weather, Sports

MILFORD, MASS. (WHDH) – A man from Winchendon is expected in Milford District Court on Wednesday, charged with tampering with women’s cars in Milford. He is suspected of similar acts in other cities, officials said on Tuesday.

Milford Police arrested Alexander Yee, 39, on Tuesday after numerous reports of a man tampering with women’s cars over the weekend. According to a department statement, several women reported men flattening their tires or filling their gas tanks with water and then offering to drive them home.

“This is very disturbing behavior,” said Deputy Police Commissioner John Sanchioni, who said Yee was on probation on similar charges and was wearing a GPS tracker when he was arrested. He added that Yee committed the crimes because “he enjoys seeing people with disabilities.”

Fees are also expected from other cities.

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