Evan Axelbank reports
A Delray Beach man accused of stealing a car and leading police on a chase was out of jail on bond.
BOCA RATON, Fla. - Sally High's private therapy practice is new. She needed a website.
"My business was doing well. I just needed to be taught so I didn't keep spending all this money," said Sally.
In April, she went on Craigslist and found a website designer.
"He sounded very, very smooth," she said.
Police say she didn't know it was a man on house arrest, sitting at a home computer.
John Rashotsky allegedly told her he needed $25 hundred dollars to get her project started. Then more, and more, and more.
Four months later, $45 hundred dollars, and no website.
"He kept pushing me off. Why can't I see? Take your cell phone and snap a picture of my website. It's mine," said Sally.
She reported him to Stuart Police on September 6.
Rashotsky was again arrested on September 24, accused of stealing a car from Palm Beach County, and fleeing police on foot.
He was then charged with grand theft auto, fleeing and eluding police, and resisting an officer without violence.
Sally High now has a website built by a real designer, along with choice words for Jon Rashotsky.
"He's a scumbag. How could you do this to a single mother who is trying her hardest?,"said Sally.
Sally says she is speaking out so others will hear her story and remember it's never a good idea to give credit card info to someone on Craigslist.
Rashotsky was already in jail when he was arrested this time and is charged with grand theft.
He remains in the Martin County Jail.