If you picked up his license plate number I can help.
Any help would be appreciated. This theif has stolen approximately 2-3,000 worth of merchandise.I am offering a $100.00 gift certificate from Unlimited Offroad Centers for finding a person who purchased a Full traction 4" ultimate TJ kit and a Powerplant winch with a bad check. I confronted the person today whos name is Basil Nawatha from Clio and he drove through 2 red lights at about 70 mph and I lost him. I am sure he is looking for someone to install these items before he ships the vehicle to Isreal as he plans to do. I need the money from him and I will give someone the $100.00 gift certificate. He has also passed several bad checks to other local businesses. I know there is another way to file for bad check recovery but we don't really have time considering the move he has planned. If anyone knows this guy please let me know or if he approaches you or someone please let me know. He will probably screw the next person that attempts to work for him as well.
Definitely call the police.NY8739JR said:Call the police.
Thanks for the tip. We are well beyond calling the police. They weren't real helpful as of yet.NY8739JR said:Call the police.
tried that, not much luck.thecurti said:
Have you ever payed for the "details" using that site? Just curious, I used the zabasearch once, ponied up $10 and got scammed. The info I got back was ancient history.HTRDLNCN said:one nawatha listed in Mi
That is one way, the method I would prefer would be making his and his immediate families lives living hell until he coughs up the dough. I'm thinking late night semi-thretening phone calls, visits to his and his wife's place of business, waiting outside to greet him at his vehicle when you find out where he stays and works, etc., etc.UP_ROKTOY said:Thanks for the tip. We are well beyond calling the police. They weren't real helpful as of yet.
We call it "street justice with a twist" and I've used this method before. You call the police and make the initial complaint, they document it. Then you find the ******* yourself and when he shows up you call the police and tell them you have found him, you follow him until they show up. You never get involved but you get what you want taken care of and the theif never knows what hit them.
Based on the crowd this cat hangs with and the pictures of his wife that I saw we are going to go with the stalking route I suggested. We certainly don't want to end upw ith our own lives at risk over a few thousand dollars in jeep parts.PJDiesel said:That is one way, the method I would prefer would be making his and his immediate families lives living hell until he coughs up the dough. I'm thinking late night semi-thretening phone calls, visits to his and his wife's place of business, waiting outside to greet him at his vehicle when you find out where he stays and works, etc., etc.
Always a happy ending....we'll see how things turn outTell your buddy the lift kit will be back to his storefront by 9am tomorrow morning. Hes leaving the winch on the jeep. He gets paid saturday where he will come up and pay that offroad shop for the whole order and then take the lift kit and he will never see him again. I tracked Basel down in Detroit. When I talked to him and told him who I was he started shaking. Anyways, Gotta go. I'll send you a bill. PS, make sure your friend doesn't know my methods, he could get sued.