MEDINA, Ohio (AP) - Police say a gas station owner in northeast
Ohio was so upset that two competitors were selling cheaper fuel
that he vandalized their stations.
Steven Herold is accused of putting glue in the credit card
readers, foul-smelling deer repellent on the pumps and beer bottles
Herold owns a Shell gas station in Medina, about 25 miles
southwest of Cleveland. He pleaded not guilty yesterday to four
counts of vandalism and is set to go on trial in January.
Medina detective Scott Thomas says he used surveillance tapes to
identify the owner of a vehicle that had been at a nearby station