So not only is Leo accused of price gouging, overbilling, and shystering poor people out of their cars, but he wasn't even paying his mortgage or his taxes?
With all the money that passed through LAG from price gouging, overbilling, and so called abandoned cars, one has to wonder why Leo had such financial troubles, which all seemed to begin back in March, when U.S. Bank National Association of West Palm Beach, Fla., moved to foreclose on his Wilkes-Barre home, claiming he hasn't made a mortgage payment in more than 16 months.
Now The Pennsylvania Department of Revenue has filed a lien. We can only wonder will the IRS be joining the fun, and where did all that LAG cash go?
Well we know $50,050 each year went to the city, and over $17,800 went to the King’s corruption campaign but even with all that we can only guess those loaner cars and champagne for his friends the cops must have been quite costly.
Wake Up Wilkes Barre