Georgia Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine said investigators from his office and the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department recently searched the offices of a Savannah towing company believed to have obtained its city permit through insurance
Oxendine said a warrant was obtained to search the offices of Scruggs Towing and Recovery, at two addresses: 116 Randolph Street, and 4205 Montgomery Street, both in Savannah.
Proof of insurance is required for tow operators to receive a city permit. According to Oxendine, Scruggs insurance documents may be forgeries.
Some items were removed from the Scruggs premises during the search, and the investigation is continuing.
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