Ted Kimble's handwritten notes are included.
Guilford County Sheriff's Department
1. Incident Number: 951009027
SCOTTA SAID HE AND TED WAS PRETTY GOOD FRIENDS AT ONE TIME AND SAID THAT THE MOST HE REMEMBERED ABOUT TED WAS THAT HE WAS A CON-MANB THAT HE TORE HIS CAR UP ONCE AND TOLD SCOTT THAT HE WOULD PAY FOR THE REPAIRS,C BUT DID NOT AND THAT HE ALWAYS HAD A ANGLE TO ANYTHING.
A-I wouldn't call him a friend if he was the last man alive.
B-Con-Man "Kettle calling it Black!" When I met him I wondered why he didn't have any friends. I found out the hard way. He's always ripping people off.
C-I never agreed to pay for anything. He was having problems with his car a week before I drove it. He claim to have fixed it. Let me drive his car then claimed I tore it up. I was 19 or 20 years of age.
D-Bought my first motorcycle from him for $450000 not $600000. I paid him cash because that's what he wanted. I had just gotten an insurance settlemen. Scott tault me how to drive a motorcycle.
E-I filed a claim on approx 4-500000? claim on stereo equipment stolen out of my car. Patrica and I went out one evening (91' or 92'). We left my car in the parking lot at Lyles. When we came back my window had been knocked out and my stereo equipment was gone. I filed the report and claim. The insurance company paid and also investigated. I never heard anything. Scott and I went maybe a year without talking over the car but were on speaking terms again. He now owns a house by this time and no longer lives with his mother, Linda. While at his house I discover a board in which had been stolen from my car. I confront him about it and he trys to pay me-off. Wrote me a check for $80000. Five hundred to cover my deductable and Three hundred for my time. On the check he wrote speakers etc... I refused and left. He got all scared and gave me them back. I never said anything.
F-Scott hasn't ever spoken to Ronnie accept maybe once or twice in his life. I know he hasn't at all the past 5 or 6 years.
G-I was having a few small problems on my new bike. While out riding I ran into Scott. He gives me a business card and says he works on Bikes on the side. He fixed it alright, cost me $23500 and a month later I had the motorcycle shop fix it correctly. Scott did people the same way when he worked on their car.
Published August 15, 2006. Report broken links or other problems.
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