Sudeep Khetani South Brunswick Twp Police Department A known Florida scammer is wanted by New Jersey authorities for allegedly calling in thousands of dollars worth of phony pizza orders in the state, claiming the food was being donated to the police, authorities said. Sudeep Khetani, 34, who is believed to be in Orlando, never paid for any of the orders that he placed at several Garden State pizzerias, including in South Brunswick, Montgomery and Plainsboro, according to the South Brunswick Township Police Department. On several occasions when the restaurants called Khetani back, he bizarrely said he wished Italians would get infected with the coronavirus, police said. “It is incomprehensible that a suspect would play on the goodwill of so many during these difficult times,” said Chief Raymond Hayducka of the South Brunswick Township Police Department. “Our businesses are all struggling and every dollar matters. I will not tolerate someone trying to take advantage of our community in these difficult days.” Police were eventually able to identify Khetani through the fake phone number he used. New Jersey and Florida authorities are working together to track Khetani down. Khetani is on probation in the Sunshine State for selling fake Disney World tickets, police said.
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