(T)he president of a company and an associate have pleaded no contest to charges that they broke the law in seizing vehicles and demanding payments on the street.
The case against the president of Quick Lift Towing and an associate was built from a sting operation by the Los Angeles Police Department in which a tow truck driver put an undercover police car on the truck's rack and a representative of the firm demanded $180 to release the vehicle immediately.
22 October 2006
Another Capital Crime Goes Underpunished
I would volunteer to pull the switch on this guy: