Colorado Man Accused of Stealing $1 Million Worth of Cars
A Colorado man has been accused, charged, and arrested for allegedly stealing numerous vehicles with a total value of over $1 million.
The man, 29-year-old Kyle Daugherty, was arrested in Colorado Springs on Wednesday, March 3rd, in the city's 'Motor City' area, which is comprised of numerous car dealerships, after being reported to police as being a suspicious person while he was at the Porsche dealership that day.
It was later discovered, following a thorough investigation, that Daugherty had a history of stealing vehicles and had yet to be caught.
In fact, Daugherty had arrived at the Porsche dealership in Colorado Springs' 'motor city' in a brand new 2021 Aston Martin car that was valued at over $200,000. The vehicle he was attempting to buy at the Porsche dealership was also a brand new car; a Porsche valued at over $100,000.
Following his arrest, Daughterty was questioned and admitted to being involved in a two-week crime spree in the area where he admitted to stealing vehicles that were worth a lot of money from numerous dealerships around the state which values totaled substantially over $1 million.
Prior to Daugherty stealing vehicles, the Colorado Springs man was wanted for other crimes in his hometown of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and was sought by police due to a warrant from February of 2020. Crimes that he was wanted on included identity theft in Broomfield, Colorado, identity theft in Greenwood Village, Colorado, as well as motor vehicle theft in Littleton, Colorado.
It would appear that the vehicles have yet to be recovered/
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