TX Man Faces Possible 20 Year Sentence for Pointing Gun at Repo Man

James Bebber, 23, of Austin is accused of aiming firearm in an attempt to retain his car for which he now faces 20 years imprisonment.

Round Rock, TX – 7 December 2017 – Police in Round Rock arrested an Austin man amid accusations he pulled a gun on someone who legally repossessed his car, according to a published report.

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Texas Repo Man Murderer Gets Life Sentence

Khalifah Ibn Muhammad, 29

Odessa , TX – November 16, 2015 – Khalifah Ibn Muhammad, 29, has been sentenced to life in prison for a deadly 2015 shooting death of 24-year-old Brandon Lee Russell in Odessa. On Wednesday a jury found found Khalifah Muhammad guilty of murder in the death of Brandon Lee Russell on September 30, 2015. Judge Stacy Trotter then sentenced Muhammad to life in prison.

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2015 Repo Man Murder Sentence Reduction Appealed

Fauquier County , VA – October 30, 2017 – The Virginia Supreme Court last week granted Fauquier’s top prosecutor a review of one of two homicide convictions in the 2014 slaying of a repo man. In September 2015, a Fauquier County Circuit Court jury found Carroll Edward “Tootie” Gregg, 55, of Marshall, guilty in the killing of Junior Jordan Montero Sanchez, of Hyattsville, Maryland. Gregg claims he accidentally shot Sanchez on June 6, 2014 when the 23-year-old showed up to repossess his truck at the apartments on Conde Road.

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IL Man Charged with Threatening Repo Man and Damaging Truck

Joliet, IL – 4 October 2017 – A 40-year-old man in Wilmington finds himself facing a pair of felony charges at the Will County Courthouse in downtown Joliet in connection with an unusual crime. Robert A. Brown, 100 block of Parker Court, was arrested last week and charged with intimidation and criminal damage to property. According to court documents, Brown threatened to harm a man who came to repossess a vehicle.

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Repo Agent’s Truck Struck by Gunfire

Mobile, AL – 26 September 2017 – Mobile Police report that on Sunday, September 24, 2017, at approximately 11:30 p.m., officers responded to the area of Brucewood Drive West in reference to shots fired. The victim told officers that he had an active repossession order at the location and that the vehicle owner came outside and told the victim to get off his property.

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