Daily Digest – March 6: Repossession Agent Has Car Seized By Police


  • A Massachusetts man who claimed to work for a repossession agency had his vehicle seized after he was stopped by police and subsequently found to be illegally using bailee, transporter or transfer plates. The vehicle was registered as a work vehicle and it was not being used for work when the man was stopped at 2:30am.


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An ex-cop on why criminalizing drug use is a bad idea

Cutting the cord saved this guy $1,000

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