Judge Says Towing Company Has No Right To A Hearing

By: News 3 Staff Email
By: News 3 Staff Email

We have new information regarding All American Roadrunners Towing company and their lawsuit against Brazos County, Bryan & College Station and the Police Chiefs.

An area judge finds the evidence provided by All American Roadrunners fails to show that being listed on the cities and counties tow list creates an entitlement to remain on the list.

The judge says All American Roadrunners does not have the right to a hearing. The owners of the towing company had filed a federal suit, claiming the local law enforcement agencies kept them from the towing rotation thus keeping them from making a living.

City officials say the tow company had removed the towing company from rotation for several reasons including criminal charges against them and some of their drivers.


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