B/CS Police Chiefs Named in Federal Lawsuit

By: Joe Brown Email
By: Joe Brown Email

A federal lawsuit alleging corruption has been filed against the community's two police chiefs.

The suit by All American Roadrunners Wrecker Service claims it's getting frozen out of law enforcement-assigned towing jobs. It names Bryan Police Chief Ty Morrow, College Station Police Chief Michael Ikner, both cities and Brazos County as defendants.

The lawsuit accuses both police departments of showing preferential treatment to A-1Towing in exchange for favors for the officers.

While neither city will comment citing pending litigation, Morrow told News 3 that All-American was removed from the police call list, but it was because the company was not properly licensed and had criminal complaints filed against it.


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