Thursday, July 18, 2013

LAG Arbitration Frustration?

From a distance one might think Leo A. Glodzik III, owner of LAG Towing, the city’s suspended towing contractor, might be worried that he, and his company are headed down the Susquehanna without a paddle, but sources close to LAG and City Hall, tell Wake Up Wilkes Barre, that nothing could be further from the truth.

In fact Leo has been allegedly given certain assurances from The King, and Co. that once this whole mess blows over LAG will be back towing for the city once again.

Whether that’s true or not remains to be seen, but if I were Leo I wouldn’t put too much stock into anything The King has to say, as he’s been known to fib a time or two in the past.

In addition to the arbitration hearing Leo is also facing criminal charges, for allegedly keeping $1,000 and provided $1,100 to an undercover state police officer working with the FBI, after finding the cash in a vehicle he towed.

Now once again folks might be thinking that if Leo cops a deal with The Pennsylvania State Police, he might skate, but sources close to the PSP investigation also told Wake Up Wilkes Barre that Leo ain’t spilling there either, and why should he when everyone he has been trusting, is telling him “Don’t worry Leo the PSP, ain’t got nothin on you, and this will be dismissed at the hearing”, well anyone care to wager a bet on that one?

A preliminary hearing on the charges is scheduled for Monday, July 22 at 1:30PM before District Judge Paul Roberts in Kingston.

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