By Molly Daly, Matt Rivers

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia Police say the man who is on probation for slashing tires in Mayfair over two years ago was back to his old tricks in his new neighborhood and is behind bars again.

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Authorities had been investigating a recent rash of car vandalism, this time in the Oxford Circle neighborhood.

Early Wednesday morning, SEPTA Police got a report from a transit agency employee who was sitting in his vehicle at the corner of Creston and Oakland Streets that he’d seen a guy bending down near one of his tires.

Another SEPTA worker parked nearby reported seeing the man put an object near the tire who then walked into a house on the 1600 block of Creston. That object turned out to be a glue mouse trap bristling with nails attached to the sticky side and that man was 46-year-old David Toledo.

Neighbors tell CBS3 Eyewitness News they aren’t shocked Toledo is doing this again:

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“We think he’s nuts,” Helen Dowling says. “I mean that’s not normal. The guy obviously needs help, like why would you want to destroy somebody’s property? It’s just ridiculous.”

Toledo never admitted to the crimes in 2012 and even went as far as slashing his own tires, before he was ultimately charged and arrested.

Toledo was arrested again for his new but familiar crimes Friday night and was formally arraigned on one charge Saturday as the investigation continues.

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