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.
Fauquier County, VA – September 15, 2015 – A former cellmate will testify next week in the trial of a Marshall man charged with murdering 23 year old Repo Man, Junior Jordan Montero, who tried to repossess his truck last year on June 6, 2014.
Carroll Edward “Tootie” Gregg Jr., a 53 years old landscaper, will stand trial Sept. 21-25 in Fauquier County Circuit Court for First-degree murder, shooting into an occupied vehicle resulting in death and use of a firearm to commit a felony which could result in a Life sentence.
Webster County, WV – May 7, 2015 – A Webster County husband and wife gunned down three people when the trio came to the couple’s home to repossess a washer and dryer in June 2012, then tried to haul one of the three bodies away by tying it to the back of an all-terrain vehicle with an extension cord, could not convince the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals that their convictions were unwarranted.
Waco, TX – December 9, 2014 – A Waco man accused of attacking a Repo Man who was attempting to repossess his car and then fled with the wrecker and the hooked vehicle was on trial Tuesday in state district court.
Birmingham, AL – May 2, 2013 – Kenneth Smith, who was retried on murder charges in the 2008 shooting death of 67-year-old Jimmy Tanks, has been found not guilty by a jury of residents of Tanks own Choctaw County on Thursday.
Birmingham, AL – April 30, 2013 – After the first trial ending in a hung jury, Kenneth Smith faces a retrial in the 2008 shooting death of 67-year-old Jimmy Tanks of Choctaw County, AL, that stemmed from a repossession of a Chrysler Sebring.