Daily Digest – September 27. Man Arrested After Shooting at Repo Truck; Man Arrested For Pointing Gun At Agents


  • An Alabama man was arrested on Sunday night after allegedly firing a gun into a repossession truck that was occupied by an agent. The agent was attempting to recover the vehicle with the owner came outside and told the agent to leave his property. The agent was getting into his truck when the shot was fired.


  • A Texas man was arrested after allegedly threatening repossession agents with a shotgun as they tried to recover the man’s vehicle. The man denied the charges, but police found a loaded assault rifle in his apartment.

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