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An Oregon man who intentionally threw roofing nails on the condition of the road and more than four dozen times, was sentenced to 30 days in jail on Tuesday.
Bret Michael Wilson, 57, who cops called “the Night-Nailer” was ordered by the Clackamas County Circuit Judge Susie Norby is to pay $2,500 in restitution after a two-year crime spree in Oregon City, a specific drivers, and he believed this had to be rude to him, authorities said.
“He was a threat to Oregon City, over the years,” prosecutor Bryan Brock told The Oregonian. “The police are living in a constant aggravation.”
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A man who intentionally threw roofing nails on the streets of Oregon City with four dozen times, was sentenced to 30 days in jail on Tuesday.
Oregon City Police Department)
The Oregon City police department received more than 60 calls about the nails since march of 2017, which resulted in the officers in the execution of a turn off, and catching him in the act back in October, according to Koin 6 News. They are said to be found in a bath tub or a new roof covering fingernails into his car after pulling him over near his residence.
“We have been looking for him for a very long period of time. He was very isolated and when he did it wasn’t super consistent,” said Skipper Shaun Davis with the Oregon City Police Department.
Wilson, believed to have been a criminal offence before the sunrise to avoid detection in response to the rude drivers who, he believed, had been done to him was wrong, Brock said. He is reported to have told the police that he would have to buy a $40 buckets of nails at a Home Depot outside of the city, in order to prevent them from being returned to him, according to the paper. He went through about a bucket a month.
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Bret Michael Wilson, 57, aka “The Night-Nailer” was ordered by the Clackamas County Circuit Judge Susie Norby is to pay $2,500 in restitution, following his bizarre, two-year crime spree that targeted the drivers, he believed it to be rude to him.<br data-cke-eol=”1″>
(Clackamas County Jail)
“It was a form of anger management. It made him feel better,” Brock told the paper.
He pleaded guilty last month to one count of criminal mischief and four counts of disorderly conduct. After Wilson serves his sentence, he will have to undergo a mental health evaluation and anger-management training. He is also not allowed to consume alcohol, according to The Oregonian.
Wilson has allegedly damaged several ties, but there has been no physical injury from the nails, the station reported.
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“He did it [the crime spree] ‘Random acts of kindness,'” said Brock.