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(Sun Sentinel)   Good Samaritan pays for the two towing bills levied against the woman whose ex-boyfriend set her on fire. The Florida tag gets trumped for once   ( divider line
    More: Hero, Good Samaritan, William Levy, Lake Worth, ex-boyfriends, mental health counseling, Naomie Breton, Palm Beach County, tow  
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8239 clicks; posted to Main » on 19 Jun 2012 at 2:18 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-06-19 02:54:57 AM  
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TheMega: "[Towing bills] are not our focus," Di Benedetto said

Just collecting a paycheck and sliiiiiiiiiiiiding on by.... pissin` on the victim..... dat's how we roll.

As for the cars... doesn't exactly sounds like she really NEEDED the money.. however - since the years of the cars are not posted, they could very well be low priced cars. There are a LOT of Jags out there I would not take for free (unless I was allowed to immediately strip off a few parts and haul them to the crusher for a few fast bucks) because they are simply not worth anything as a running vehicle.. unless YOU know how to work on them. Or, want to convert the drive-train and know someone with the know-how.
As for the Mercedes... do not know much about them. Some are high priced, but as a rule the car lot dealers I know say they are over-priced, piles of ****.

And on that bombshell, goodnight! Full Size
2012-06-19 01:02:43 AM  
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Hot dog, that's good news! I bet she was steamed at first. When did this happen, Fryday? Authorities should burn for this. OK I'm (well) done.
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