Man Arrested for Damaging Enterprise Rent-A-Car Kiosk

Photo via Luctheo/Pixabay
Photo via Luctheo/Pixabay

Police arrested a man at the Albany International Airport after he allegedly knocked down and caused damage to an Enterprise Rent-A-Car kiosk, News10 ABC reported.

According to the Albany County Sheriff’s Office, the man was irritated over a company policy that did not allow him to use a debit card to rent a vehicle.

The man is being charged with felony criminal mischief and is scheduled to return to court at a later date.

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