We normally steer clear of consumer stories but these accusation concern quite a few Kansas City denizens as we all journey along the road to increased hostility toward autos, drivers and personal vehicles by politicos and activists.
Take a look:
Accused Of Illegally Towing More Than 280 Cars
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, tow truck company operator faces multiple forgery charges for allegedly illegally towing vehicles from Kansas City parking lots. Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker announced that Allen T. Bloodworth, 42, faces 31 counts of forgery for illegally towing vehicles between April 7, 2017, and Nov.
Dubious KC Achievement
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The owner of Private Party Impound, LLC has skated out of previous criminal charges, but now he faces 31 felonies for illegally towing and storing cars. There's no telling how many people have been victimized by Allen Bloodworth, butFOX4 Problem Solvers has been talking to them for 7 years.
Tow Job Roundup
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The Jackson County prosecutor says a Kansas City tow operator forged state forms in order to illegally tow vehicles from parking lots in the city. The operator, 41-year-old Allen T. Bloodworth, is now facing 31 counts of forgery according to a release from the office of prosecutor Jean Peters Baker.
As always . . .
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