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Citizen Phone Call Concerning LAG Towing, December 21st

As this month’s copy of the Independent Gazette hits the streets and lands on people’s porches we get more and more reports of all kinds of corruption, nepotism, and stories of officials’ betraying our trust on so many levels. This clip is but one. We wish we could relay the whole story, and in time...
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LAG Towing: Cries for Help Falling on Deaf Ears

By Kristy Bellezza and Lou Jasikoff Investigations into the towing practices of contracted Wilkes-Barre City Tower LAG Towing have been ongoing for over a year and in spite of conflicting court testimony, accusations of contract violations, and evidence of price gouging, the Wilkes-Barre City Council seems content to do little about getting to the bottom...
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LAG Towed into Court

Leo Alfred Glodzik, III, owner of LAG Towing, the city’s exclusive towing contractor, was arraigned before Magistrate Rick Cronauer, District 11-1-01, on Friday, May 31st. The criminal complaint filed by the Luzerne County District Attorney’s Office that same day shows Glodzik being charged with two violations of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, Title 18: one felony count of theft of movable property, under § 3921, and one misdemeanor count of theft from a motor vehicle, under § 3934.

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LAG, Gag, Makes me Gag

The potential lawsuit being floated by local Attorney Joseph Sklarosky, counselor for LAG Towing owner Leo Glodzik III, might be better identified as a SLAPP rather than a lawsuit to curb the “false and malicious” statements that Leo Glodsik has accused Councilman Tony George of reporting to local media and at Wilkes-Barre City Council meetings.

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LAG: The Saga Continues

By Kristy Bellezza and Lou Jasikoff Investigations into the towing practices of contracted Wilkes-Barre City Tower LAG Towing have been ongoing for over a year and in spite of conflicting court testimony, accusations of contract violations, and evidence of price gouging, the Wilkes-Barre City Council seems content to do little about getting to the bottom...
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