You are hereDeputy moonlights as vehicle repo man while wearing sheriff uniform

Deputy moonlights as vehicle repo man while wearing sheriff uniform


Attorney Randal Knight, counsel for Ms. Leslie Leslie, alleged that Deputy Dennis Wolf, while apparently off-duty and in uniform, "repossessed" Ms. Leslie's automobile for Moorman Pontiac, threatened to arrest her if she would not surrender the keys to the vehicle and publicly accused her of stealing the car from Moorman Pontiac.

On June 3, 2002, Chief Deputy Rankin received a letter from Attorney Randal Knight, counsel for Ms. Leslie Leslie, alleging wrongful actions on the part of Moorman Pontiac and Deputy Dennis Wolf The letter stated that Deputy Wolf, while apparently off-duty and in uniform, "repossessed" Ms. Leslie's automobile for Moorman Pontiac without legal authority to do so. Chief Deputy Rankin assigned the investigation to the Inspectional Services Unit.

On June 5, 2002, I spoke with Mr. Knight and learned that the incident in question occurred on March 16, 2002. I obtained a copy of report a motor vehicle theft report dated March 15, 2002, case number 02~3983, originally submitted by Deputy Wolf, which listed Moorman Pontiac as the complainant and Leslie Leslie as the suspect. This report listed the following series of events.

Deputy Wolf contacted Tim Wright, General Manager at Moorman Pontiac, who said that on February 8, 2002, they delivered a 1999 Oldsmobile Alero to Ms. Leslie pending approved financing.

AttachmentSize
ISU-02-039.pdf47.49 KB