(WXYZ) - First the owner of a local towing company found himself the focus of the 7 Action News Investigators . Then, he wound up on national television getting a tongue lashing from Judge Judy.
Now, Investigator Scott Lewis has uncovered new questions about the practices of Larson’s Towing.
This time the complaints are coming from the owner of a small restaurant in a shopping center where Larson’s has a contract to tow people who are illegally parked.
She says Larson’s has towed several of her customers while they were in her restaurant eating. She says the word has gotten around and she’s losing customers because of it.
On top of that, there are complaints that while his company has been raking in thousands of dollars in cash towing cars, at $400 a crack, Larson is having trouble paying his own bills.
So how did this guy wind up on Judge Judy? What does he have to say about these complaints?
When Scott Lewis confronts him on the street, he has plenty to say and claims those people complaining about him have it all wrong.
Watch the fireworks Tuesday; on 7 Action news at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m.
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