- Report: #614671
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Complaint Review: Unique Automotive Repair / Charlie Reeves
Unique Automotive Repair / Charlie Reeves1021 Lavon Drive, & 3135 Weather Vane Lane, Dallas Garland, California United States of America
Unique Automotive Repair / Charlie Reeves GOT ARRESTED AND THE SHOP GOT CLOSED DOWN! (ha, ha, ha, b****) Garland, California
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Unique Auto Repair at 1021 Lavon Dr, in Garland, TX was closed down on April 16, 2010. Charlie Reeves and Stacia Smith were arrested on that day. There were seven stolen cars confiscated. Charlie Reeves was found guilty of auto theft. Yes, he was stealing people cars and he was found out. All of the cars on that property were confiscated. Charlie Reeves is out of business. He is not scamming anyone out of their car at that location anymore. Charlie Reeves and Stacia Smith got charged and had to appear in court. These two bums are not swindling people out of their money and cars since that day in April. I told you that I was going to shut you down, old limp d***, and I did. You must cannot get a hard on, because there is something greatly lacking in you and that is you probably don't have a manhood, because you act like a little wimpering b**** in front of men.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/16/2010 09:11 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Unique-Automotive-Repair-Charlie-Reeves/Garland-California-75040/Unique-Automotive-Repair-Charlie-Reeves-GOT-ARRESTED-AND-THE-SHOP-GOT-CLOSED-DOWN-ha-614671. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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