SOUTH BEXAR COUNTY -- Tuesday night, a man in south Bexar County is under arrest. He's accused of firing shots at a tow truck being used to repossess his girlfriend's pick up.
Bexar County Sheriff's deputies say the tow truck driver had orders from the bank to seize the woman's pickup. He pulled into a driveway at a home on South Jett road, near Hwy 16 in south Bexar County.
Several people came out of the house and confronted the tow truck driver. During the argument, deputies say a man in his 30s pulled out a handgun and fired several shots at the tow truck’s tires.
No one was hurt and the ford pickup was eventually hauled off. The man accused of shooting at the tow truck is charged with deadly conduct with a firearm.
Bexar County Sheriff's deputies say this isn't the first case of its kind here.
Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Shots Fired At TX Repo Truck Driver
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Posted by Cyndi Kight, Associate Editor of Towing & Recovery Footnotes at 11:03 AM