Indiana man calls police for help with the crack dealers he hasn't paid

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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WTHR) — An Indiana man filed an unusual complaint to the Evansville Police Department, claiming his drug dealers are intimidating and threatening him for not paying.

The 62-year-old man told police that the people he purchased crack cocaine from are threatening him. He said he bought the drug over a period of time on credit from a woman and her unknown boyfriend, WEHT reported.

The man said those people are now threatening him with vandalism, physical violence and being shot, WEHT reported.

He told police he hasn't paid the $500 he owes the dealers, $100 of which is purely interest.

No arrests have been reported. We will continue to update this story.