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Motor City Chain Gang   August 3 at 8:22am

To all League / Club admins: Please re-post this on your Scene pages..

Be on the lookout in all course parking lots for an older red Mercury Sable, license plate CHE 1095, driven by a white male, blue eyes, blond goatee and shorter hair, carrying a black backpack, and approximately 5'10". He looked in his early 20's and is known for making discs in his proximity disappear. He likes to call the number on the back of the disc, using a blocked number, just to rub it in that he has your discs and has no intentions on giving it back. This happened at Firefighters Park, Thursday, August 1st but he can pop up anywhere. There’s a sweet disc reward offer to the person who can locate this “person-of-interest” and contact me. John Minicuci

Dan Bienkowski   August 3 at 4:48pm

probably the same fool that called me a month or two back at 4am and left a 1 minute long message about how he has my disc and wasnt giving it back. I have a disc for finding this bum as well. Try to get my valkrie back and punch him in the nuts for me.

Fred Vocino   August 3 at 9:04pm

I think this guy ranges far and wide, as a call was made to a golfer in my foursome a few weeks ago- the same MO. This pitifull pissant pleasures himself over putters and Prodigies. The license plate is the key to his undoing: even the small petty theft (stalking phone calls. etc) may suffice as reason to have the authorities track his identity. On the chance that this creature excites hi

Fred Vocino   August 3 at 9:15pm

On the chance this creature excites himself by exploring DiscGolfScene for signs of his clever deeds, he should note that there is only sadness that he searches for significance by hoarding little pieces of plastic foresaken by others who have a life. Anyone that is acquainted with this guy needs to intervene a get him some counselling before he steps it up to bigger crimes.

John Minicuci   August 4 at 1:05am

The thing is, in previous years, this cowardly deed may have been successful. In today's world, the way news travels fast and technology the way it is, this coward will eventually have a fallout with one of his cohorts. The reward will be big enough for the ex-friend to turn the coward in. Once some ... more