For three weeks in June, Randy Riddle used five different phone numbers to call multiple pizza delivery restaurants in Sebastian and nearby cities, TC Palm reported. He ordered food, refused to pay for his orders, sent deliveries to fake or abandoned addresses and called to tell businesses their food was gross.
The businesses claim to have lost at least $667 on food that Riddle did not pay for, according to the newspaper. Riddle’s ban from ordering delivery was a condition of his bail.
“Defendant shall refrain from calling any pizza establishment and/or making any harassing calls or his bond shall be revoked,” his warrant affidavit said.
Riddle was arrested Aug. 1 and charged with making harassing phone calls and petty theft, according to the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office.
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