What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
A Florida man has found himself in quite the entanglement and is wanted after authorities say he stole an engagement ring and wedding bands from a girlfriend and used them to propose to another girlfriend.
According to ClickOrlando.com, 48-year-old Joseph Davis was dating two women, it was only when one of the women, located in Orange City, Florida, discovered he was engaged to another woman, who lived in Orlando, that his double life began to unravel.
When this woman discovered her boyfriend's infidelity she proceeded to look up his fiancée, only to realize that she was wearing an identical wedding band and engagement ring to her own from a previous marriage. Turns out it wasn't just a similar style. After checking her jewelry box, the woman realized her rings were missing, along with several other pieces of jewelry -- totaling over $6,000.
The Orange City woman reached out to the fiancee, who returned some of the items, and they both called it off with Davis, who had given the women fake names of "Joe Brown" and "Marcus Brown," the sheriff's office said.
Even though they did not have his real name, the jilted women remembered he had a relative in North Carolina and detectives were able to track down the relative who identified Davis, according to the sheriff's office.
Both women, who met Davis on the dating app OKCupid, are working with authorities to find Davis.
His whereabouts are currently unknown.