I don't blame them. I hate when people park like shit and waste a space. Or they think they deserve to park like that because they decide to buy a big ass truck.I lived in Houston for 2 years and those tow truck guys are insane assholes. Friend of mine got his truck towed because he was "unevenly parked within the yellow lines". According to Houston police there's nothing you can do about it accept pay the tow bill to get your vehicle back.
I know back in the early to mid 90's a repo man was shot and killed in Houston while doing a recovery. The guy who shot him simply said I thought someone was stealing my truck so I shot him... He walked.If it wasn't parked illegally, would the owner have any legal grounds to be shooting at him? I mean, it WOULD technically be stealing his car.
I agree with you, but I was just pondering if the owner had any defense rights if her WERE parked LEGALLY.i don't see how the owner has the right to shoot at him, what legal issues could he face?
I know its a job and he choose it, but i don't understand how the fuck the owner could just shoot at him. i'd be pissed and all but, taking a gun out and letting off 4 rounds?
he lifted that mofo fast as shit when the owner jumped in his truck and tried to back out of it.
For sure, I have seen tow truck drivers beat up people and actually move cars so that the cars will be in the fire lane and then tow them... This was about ten years ago living in apartments off Webb Chapel / Lombard area of Dallas..shit i can't blame them. i have wanted to shoot some of those sons of bitches before as well.
Not if it's on public property. I deal with this little caveat on a daily basis with repossessing vehicles.Anyone can have one of those F350s with towing equipment to hook up a car and never leave the truck. Who is to say that guy wasnt stealing the truck?
In Texas, you have the right to defend your property.
Not if it's on public property. I deal with this little caveat on a daily basis with repossessing vehicles.