Florida man claims he danced on patrol vehicle to save children from vampires

Charged with disturbing peace & criminal mischief

LEE COUNTY, Fla. - Disco fever or dancing with the devil?  Either way you look at it, one man's moves have landed him in some hot water.

Christian Radecki, 44, of Cape Coral was arrested April 7 after he was caught on surveillance video bumping his car into the back of a Lee County Sheriff's Office marked patrol vehicle.  He then began dancing on the patrol vehicle's roof while music blared from his car, and then broke the windshield wipers and took an American Flag from the neighbor's yard.

Redecki, a convicted sexual offender, was arrested for Disturbing the Peace and Criminal Mischief after the neighbors called the police.

According to a Cape Coral Police report, Radecki said it all began when a "woman with fangs" came to his door, threatening that a human sacrifice was about to occur involving vampires.  "Therefore, Radecki made the conscious decision to get the Sheriff of Nottingham to help him stop the slaughter of small children," the report states.

Radecki told officers that he had not taken any recreational drugs or alcohol, has not been diagnosed with any mental health conditions, nor did he take any prescribed medication.

Christian Radecki

Radecki was taken to Cape Coral Hospital for medical clearance, then transferred to the Lee County Justice Center in apparent good health.

For the record, his dance playlist started with Hall & Oates' "Rich Girl", and ended after Supertramp's "Goodbye Stranger."

 

Dancin' on the StarsEarlier this year, a man was arrested after he was caught on surveillance video striking the back of a Lee County Sheriff's Office marked patrol vehicle, dancing on the roof, breaking the windshield wipers, and taking an American Flag from the neighbor's yard. The suspect was arrested for Disturbing the Peace and Criminal Mischief after the neighbors called the police. You can see this video on our YouTube Channel at http://youtu.be/wNt7iGwB97k.

Posted by Lee County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday, June 3, 2015

 

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