Sacramento DA Issues Warrants For Towing Company, Employees For Alleged Illegal Vehicle Seizures

The Sacramento District Attorney's office issued arrests warrants against six employees of a Sacramento towing company. 

The arrested warrants were issued to six employees of Sacramento-based Davis Towing and the company's three owners. The warrants were issued for Christopher Davis, Scott Davis, and Les McKenzie, the owners of Davis Tow, Inc., of Sacramento, and Davis Tow employees Andrew Applegate, Erik Dyer, Jim Early, Drew Harless, Robert Noble, and Edmond Wilson. 

According to the District Attorney's office, the group have been charged with one count of conspiracy and 29 counts of unlawfully taking motor vehicles. It is alleged that between January 1, 2015, and May 31, 2016, these Davis Tow owners and employees illegally towed vehicles from properties near Sleep Train Arena and withheld them from the vehicles’ owners until towing and storage fees were paid. 

The District Attorney’s Office has also filed a civil case seeking an injunction to prevent Davis Tow from illegally towing vehicles, and collecting money for any illegal tows or storage of vehicles. 


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  1. Hmm..."illegal vehicle seizure?" Sounds like Grand Theft Auto to me!


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