Security footage made public by police shows Gaydos pacing Venice, FL's Troll Music with a Fender Buddy Guy Standard Stratocaster, marked by its polkadot paint job.
In 2003, a guitar-wielding Gaydos starred alongside leading man (and Tenacious D musician) Black in the Richard Linklater-directed School of Rock. When will thieves learn that nearly all establishments have cameras?
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According to TMZ, Joey has repeatedly walked into music stores and asked to test out guitars before walking out with the instruments and selling them at pawn shops to fuel his admitted drug problem. However, police reportedly arrested him in the parking lot after customers blocked his vehicle from leaving. Now, he's facing felony charges of larceny and grand theft. According to the police, the actor has confessed to his crimes and is hoping to get treatment. The site adds that he has plead not guilty to the guitar thefts, but has not yet entered a plea regarding the theft of an amp.
Reported by TMZ, Joey has been stealing guitars from $800- $1,900.