Sunday, January 23, 2022

'Prolific offender’ Tyson Fust busted with a dozen catalytic converters

Tyson Fust, 27, faces a baker's dozen of charges after trying to evade cops in a stolen car containing a dozen catalytic converters. This isn't Fust’s first brush with the law. He was charged in Oct for theft of catalytic converters in Vancouver.
Fust has multiple charges of theft and mischief before the courts.
On Jan. 8, 2016, Fust walked into a community grocery store and demanded cash. He was carrying a fake gun and a large bag and had his face concealed with sunglasses and a medical mask. He was caught on camera during the hold-up, and the clear image was circulated online and through the media. In October 2016, Fust was sentenced to 2 years for a two-month crime spree in Abbotsford, Mission and Surrey. He had faced 30 charges. His offences included violently robbing an 81-year-old woman of her purse.

See ----->Catalytic converter theft getting ridiculous