Daily Digest – January 11. Agent Shot While Surveying Vehicle; Maryland Tops List of States with Most Seriously Delinquent Loans


  • A repossession agent in San Antonio was shot yesterday while surveying a vehicle that was assigned to be repossessed. Residents of an apartment complex had called police about a suspicious man who was “camped out” in the parking lot. A man approached the agent and the two got into an argument, at which point the man pulled out a gun and fired three times, striking the agent in the arm. The shooter has still not been identified.



  • Maryland is the state with the highest percentage of auto loans that are at least 60 days delinquent, according to data released by Experian. It was followed by Mississippi and Louisiana.

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