Monday, October 7, 2013

Tribble & Sons Wrecker Service Found Guilty of Illegal Towing in College Station, Texas

I knew it was just a matter of time before Tribble & Sons Wrecker Service of College Station would be found guilty of illegal towing due to their illegal towing signs. On October 3, 2013, Brazos County JP Judge Vera Lara-Hooge upheld the integrity of the Texas Towing Law and found Tribble guilty of illegal towing due to improper signs posted.

With Judge Lara-Hooge taking a stand against the status quo and finding Tribble guilty for violating state law, this is proof those other JPs have purposely turned their courtrooms into money making machines for criminal enterprises disguised as towing companies who have for years paid bribes disguised as campaign donations in return for favorable rulings to their re-election campaigns.

The verdict rendered by this Judge sends a strong message that the status quo of towing companies ripping off motorists with illegal signage posted will pay dearly.  Everyone towed in Brazos County should file the towing hearing in this Court and this Court only, as the other JPs are unable to render a verdict based on State Law, rather the size of the campaign donation by the towing companies.

If you are towed from a parking lot with either of these two red and white towing signs posted, take photos of the signs, where they are posted and file for a tow hearing in Brazos County JP Precinct 2, Place 1. Since Tribble is still not providing the name of the person who authorized the tow on the storage facility receipt, the 14 day deadline to file the request for the tow hearing is not an issue.

To sweeten the pot, with a tow hearing judgement against Tribble or any towing company, a vehicle owner is entitled to $1000 plus triple damages for Tribble and the parking facility committing a violation(s) of the Texas Towing Law.  The current judgement in the amount of $334.95 would entitle the illegal towing victim to $2000.00 payable by the parking facility.

The College Station Police Department now has grounds to arrest Tribble's tow truck drivers when towing from parking lots with these type of worded towing signs posted, as no vehicle owner or operator would give these criminals permission to take their vehicles and demand a $300 ransom to release them.