LONE TREE - The former little league coach 9Wants to Know investigated for running a bogus raffle, received a ticket on Black Friday after getting into a verbal fight with a another driver.
Kyle Dodd already faces misdemeanor and felony theft charges involving two separate cases involving sports memorabilia. Now he's facing a new disorderly conduct charge after a Black Friday scuffle outside of a shopping area.
According to Lone Tree police, Dodd and another man opened their car doors at the same time just after 2 p.m. in a parking lot northeast of the Park Meadows Mall.
When their doors hit, witnesses told police, Dodd started yelling obscenities and told the driver of the other car to look at the Marine sticker on the back of his car. Dodd then allegedly said, "That means I can cut your head off."
A witness to the incident called police. Dodd was found inside a nearby Barnes and Noble store and taken into custody.
Lone Tree police took him to the police department for processing. Dodd was issued a ticket for disorderly conduct, was finger printed, photographed and released.
Dodd was arrested by the Douglas County Sheriff's office after investigators say he tried to sell an undercover officer sports memorabilia that did not belong to him. He is charged with felony theft.
Dodd also faces charges for holding a raffle for a youth baseball team he coached in Parker. 9Wants to Know went undercover to show Dodd promising people they could win sports memorabilia he doesn't own. He faces misdemeanor charges in that case.
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