Wrecker Company Lawsuit Pushed Back

By: Joe Brown Email
By: Joe Brown Email

It will be next week before a lawsuit against the Bryan and College Station police chiefs goes to court after a Houston federal judge postponed Monday's hearing until November 19.

Bryan-based All American Roadrunners wrecker service filed the suit claiming it has been unjustly dropped from the police rotation list for towing jobs.

The lawsuit against Bryan Police Chief Ty Morrow, College Station Police Chief Michael Ikner, the two cities and Brazos County also alleges local law enforcement showed preferential treatment for towing assignments to A-1 wrecker service in exchange for gifts.

Morrow says All American Roadrunners was taken off the list due to criminal complaints against the company and because it wasn't properly licensed.


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