Indiana man, 62, files a police complaint against his CRACK dealer who is ‘threatening him over $400 in unpaid narcotics’
- Kenneth Dewayne Woods, 62, lodged a complaint Monday in Evansville, Indiana
- He claims his female drug dealer and her boyfriend are threatening him
- Woods says he bought crack cocaine ‘on credit’ and owed them $400
- The complaint says the dealers will ‘run him out of town’ and ‘shoot him’
An Indiana man has filed a police complaint against his drug dealer.
Kenneth Dewayne Woods, 62, lodged an Intimidation Threat complaint Monday, claiming that his female dealer and her boyfriend were threatening him for not paying for the crack-cocaine she had sold Woods.
According to Evansville Police Department records, Woods claimed that he ‘bought some crack cocaine over a period of time on credit’ and has now accrued a debt of $400.
Kenneth Dewayne Woods, 62, lodged a complaint Monday in Evansville, Indiana, claiming his female drug dealer and her boyfriend are threatening him [file image]
The police report says the dealers are telling Woods they are going to ‘run him out of town and vandalize his car.’
Woods claims the brother of the female dealer is threatening to kick in his door and her boyfriend will shoot him.
He says the dealers are charging him interest and now demand $500 from Woods, which he cannot pay.
The Narcotics Joint Task force is investigating the dealers, as the area of Evansville is affluent in drugs crimes.
‘It’s an ongoing [issue] in that neck of the woods,’ a police spokesperson said.