TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) - Nearly a month after
about a suspected con-artist looking to take your money, Toledo police issued a warrant for the arrest of David Klotz. Then, just after our story aired on Monday, they made an arrest.
Back in February, Toledo Police said they believed a man convicted of stealing thousands of dollars from a Toledo minister was at it again. In
, Michelle Zepeda showed you photos of David Klotz and warned you he could be looking to steal your hard-earned cash.
After WTOL first aired this story police began getting call after call from people saying they'd been victimized by David Klotz.
"We have reports that say he's gotten physical with people and victims, and he's carried guns in the past, and he's a bully to women when they discover that he is a fraud," said Toledo Sergeant Mike McGee.
He says Klotz had been charged in the past with felonies and he seemed to be at it again, targeting victims by pretending to be someone he is not, making up elaborate stories all while trying to scam victims out of their money.