A car dealership in Ohio can honestly say that it will not charge customers “their first born.” The second born will do fine. In Cleveland, Ohio, Salimah Tutstone has charged that a repo company employee not only improperly repossessed her car but dragged her and her 1-year-old child while she fought to get her other child out of the towed car. The company allegedly abandoned the car with the 4-year-old child inside five miles away. The car dealership is appropriately called “Keep it Moving.”
Tutstone says that her family had called the car company to confirm that she had made the outstanding payment. The repo company, however, swooped in and towed the car with Tutstone clinging on to get her child.
“Keeping it Moving” would not comment but they can expect a civil lawsuit and a likely call from the police. A charge of child endangerment seems a possibility.
Remarkably, this is not unique. Indeed, a Kentucky repo man was arrested for not only snaring the vehicle but three children, here.
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