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Wrecker Service Owner in the running for police chief (LA)


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Ronnie Marshall, who owns A-1 Wrecker Service, said he's in the race because he believes Jennings needs to go. "He's had it in for me since day one," said Marshall, citing a dispute with the chief over which tow truck operator is called after traffic accidents.

 

Marshall was arrested by Pearl River police in July 2017 for conspiracy to commit public bribery. He was accused of offering money to an officer to take a photograph of a memo Jennings had posted in the department that said ASAP Towing was the next company to be called when a large wrecker was need.

 

The 22nd Judicial District Attorney's Office refused the charge, and Marshall has since filed a lawsuit against the town and Jennings — a matter the defendants successfully moved to federal court, where it is pending.

 

Marshall said he qualified because he wanted to make sure someone opposed Jennings but that he is not actively campaigning and would be happy if Sessions wins.

 

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