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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Repo Man Shot During Alleged Garage Break In

Lake Havasu City , AZ – 10 February 2017 – Lake Havasu City Police are investigating a shooting in the 2400 block of North Rainbow Avenue that sent two men to the hospital Thursday with non-life threatening injuries. At 2:18 a.m. a female in the residence called police to report there were people attempting to break into the home and access a motorcycle. Detective Sgt. Chad Williams said police believe the men were there to repossess the motorcycle when the male homeowner entered the attached garage armed with a rifle and opened fire.

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Repo Man Recovering from Gun Shot Wound to the Abdomen

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Moreno Valley, CA – 13 September 2016 – A man who was shot while repossessing a vehicle in Moreno Valley on Aug. 30 said he expected to leave the hospital Tuesday, and a person who was arrested minutes after the incident has pleaded not guilty to charges that include attempted murder.

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Bond Set for Man Who Fired BB-Gun at Repo Man

rlphie_bb_gnPine Bluff, AR – June 29, 2016 – A $5,000 bond was set Wednesday for a Pine Bluff man who allegedly fired shots at a Repo Man who was trying to repossess the man’s vehicle.

Pine Bluff District Jude John Kearney set the bond after ruling prosecutors have probable cause to charge Andre Ware, 26, with committing a terroristic act.

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Police Chase Ensues After Suspect Shoots at Repo Man

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Dania Beach, FL – June 9, 2016 Police said a repo man was trying to do his job when the owner of the car he was trying to repossess started shooting at him and then chased him on I-95.

According to the tow truck driver, Colby Gonzales, it all started when he showed up at a house in Miami-Dade to repossess a car. Gonzales said someone connected to that car then started shooting at him, striking the side of his truck.

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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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