(Police: Man Unhappy With Price Of Car Sets Dealership Ablaze) February 6, 2006 MIAMI -- Police say a North Miami Beach man drove his new Ford Escape through a dealership showroom, poured gasoline on it and set a fire that caused nearly a $1 million in damage. Gerald Georgettis was arrested after walking away from the fire Sunday at the Metro Ford in north Dade County. Fire officials say the blaze scorched about a dozen cars, including a limited edition 2006 Ford G-T Heritage. Only 250 of the cars that sell for $150,000 were made. Miami-Dade police say Georgettis was angry about the price he paid for a new sport utility vehicle. New Ford Escapes cost around $20,000, but it wasn't immediately clear what Georgettis paid for his. Georgettis was charged with first-degree arson and a felony criminal mischief. He posted a $1,500 bond.