Police say a man angry that a New Hampshire car dealer wouldn't take back the van he bought returned to the dealership and deliberately crashed into six other vehicles.
David Cross of Salisbury, Mass. is facing six counts of criminal mischief. He's been released on personal recognizance.
Police say Cross bought the van from the Portsmouth Used Car Superstore on Monday. After a mechanic found it had a host of problems, he tried to return it on Tuesday, but was spurned by the dealer. The 42-year-old allegedly drove back to the dealership just before midnight Tuesday and rammed the van into the other vehicles, causing about $20,000 in damages.
Cross tells The Portsmouth Herald the van was a "lemon" and he was driven by anger.