Monday morning, Harry Fields came outside to let his son's girlfriend borrow his car after she found her car had two flats while parked in front of their home.
Eventually, the entire family realized all four of its cars parked outside had at least one flat tire.
"I'm not going to kid anyone. I was frustrated. I was mad," said Fields.
Fields said there is no reason why someone would do this to anyone. He wonders what there is to gain from this crime.
"I don't know what they get out of this unless they get some sort of high off of it because they did it," said Fields.
He soon found out, he wasn't the only victim.
"I was working on the cars out here and other cars came by and asked if I had my tires sliced and I said yes and they said they did to."
Fields then ran into more people at the tire shop from his neighborhood. At least 13 cars may have been targeted.
Fields filled out an online police report because he had no suspect description and no evidence. Now, he has new tires but a big hole in his pocket.
"Just replacing the tires alone, probably $500," Fields said.