TROY – Local police have issued a warrant for the arrest of Ersan Fiddlehorn, Chairman of the Discover Troy Initiative.
The warrant follows multiple self-incriminating interviews with the Miami County Bugle Caller which uncovered Troy’s motivations behind changing the city’s color scheme. Fiddlehorn revealed that a deal was signed with Tri-C to choose orange as the city’s new color. However, the deal fell through – and the project quickly lost its funding.
Troy citizens immediately started raising questions. “Where’s the other $300,000?” Many locals pointed their fingers at Fiddlehorn. Others asked, who is Fiddlehorn?
One Facebook user commented that “Fiddlehorn is out of control, just another socialist trying to take over the world one suburb at a time.”
In Fiddlehorn’s MCBC exclusive interview, he boasted that he “made some money off the deal,” chiming in “don’t publish that.” Local investigators were quickly notified of these comments, and began digging into the case. They’ve now gathered enough evidence to officially issue a warrant for the arrest of Ersan Fiddlehorn.
On Wednesday morning, investigators raided Fiddlehorn’s multi-million dollar Casstown estate, finding thousands of dollar bills in a walk-in closet, along with 3 golden statues of Josef Stalin and a lifetime supply of Tri-C juice. Police found no traces of Fiddlehorn’s whereabouts.
“He’s continued to live beyond his means and use his money to make undesirable decisions on behalf of the hardworking people in our community,” stated Chief of Police Daniel Rathenbarger. “Now, he’s ran from the problems that he’s created for everyone else.”
Fiddlehorn was last seen on June 10th, 2019 at Club 55 drinking an Appletini with his wife Kathy Fiddlehorn. Police have offered a reward of $700,000 for anyone who turns in Fiddlehorn’s location.
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