Convicted Murderer Charged in AL Repo Assault

William Greer, 45, ex-con now charged with fleeing the scene of an accident with personal injuries.

Alexander City, AL – 28 September 2017 – The repossessor accused of injuring a woman during a repossession in Alexander City, Alabama has been identified as an ex-convict who served 25 years in prison after being convicted of murder, armed robbery and escape. He again faces felony charges.

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Prison Term of Repo Man Killer Reduced

Fauquier County, VA – 28 February, 2017 – The Virginia Court of Appeals today reversed a portion of the conviction of a Marshall man who shot and killed 23 year old Junior Jordan Montero while he was repossessing his car in June 2014.

Carroll Edward “Tootie” Gregg, 55, of Marshall, was found guilty of two involuntary manslaughter charges, one statutory and one common law, after a five-day jury trial in September 2015.

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Parole for Repo Killer Deferred for Five Years

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Denver, CO – January 20, 0216 – A jury sentenced Robert Willner, 64, to life in prison for first-degree murder almost 25 years ago after he had killed a repo man who had come to take his car.

Former Gov. Bill Ritter commuted that sentence in 2011.

On Tuesday, for the first time, Willner appeared before a parole board to have his case heard, and the family of the man who was killed begged for justice.

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Who Are Those People Anyway?

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Let me tell you a little about “those” people. They are talented professionals that must wear many faces and must be consummate professionals when servicing their clients. A few of the hats “those” people must wear in order to service their clients while managing the potential risks are: Private Detective, psychologist, locksmith, lawyer, technology specialist, communications specialist, professional defensive drivers While willing to work 49 hour days!

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Details in TX Repo Murder Released, Suspect Apprehended

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The arrest affidavit states, for the first time publicly, that Muhammad called emergency services before the shooting to complain about someone trying to repossess his Chevrolet Malibu at Acacia Apartments, 4775 Oakwood Drive.

Dispatchers reported hearing Muhammad say, “Why didn’t you let me get my stuff?” to another person before the line disconnected. At 10:48 p.m., about five minutes later, another caller reported hearing about a dozen gunshots.

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