Repo Man Shoots Boyfriend and Dog During Shoot Out over Repo Attempt

Philadelphia, PA – 9 June 2017 – Johnny Fischer was walking his two dogs in their Point Breeze neighborhood Friday morning when a shootout erupted between a tow-truck driver and another man, killing the second man.

“I was across the street, dove out of the way, tried to hide behind a stoop,” he said. His two dogs were injured, one from ricocheting bullets.

Police said the tow-truck driver was trying to repossess a silver Toyota Sienna minivan in the parking lot of the Santana Food Market at 18th and Dickinson Streets when the altercation broke out with a friend of the van’s owner.  The tow-truck driver fatally shot the 32-year-old man about 10:20 a.m., police said.

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Repo Man Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter

KDrw_UTSalt Lake City, UT – 28 November 2016 – A repo man charged with manslaughter in the death of a Pleasant Grove woman pleaded guilty to his crime Monday morning.

Kenneth Drew pleaded guilty before Judge Thomas Low in American Fork’s Fourth District Court to one second-degree felony of manslaughter in the death of Ashleigh Best.

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Utah Repo Man Expected to Take Plea Bargain in Manslaughter Charges

utah_mnsltr_wrkSalt Lake City, UT – 1 November 2016 – A man charged with manslaughter for allegedly running a woman off the road to her death in an attempt to repossess her SUV in May will likely reach a plea agreement with prosecutors, his attorney said Tuesday.

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Mother of Two Killed During Alleged Repo Chase

UT_MTHR_CRSHPleasant Grove, UT – May 17, 2016 – A Pleasant Grove mother of two crashed into a tree and died early Tuesday while being chased by a man repossessing her car, according to police.

“Evidence at the scene and information obtained by witnesses suggest the tow truck made contact with the victim’s SUV, causing it to leave the roadway, cross a sidewalk and strike a large tree,” police said in a press release.

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