Civil Rights Lawsuit Filed Towards The New York Metropolis Police Division By Companies Staff Arrested For Towing A Truck That They Had been Licensed To Tow, Which Expenses Had been Later Dismissed

BIG NECK, NY, March 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Gary Rosen, Esq. by Rosen Law LLC, Big Neck, New York filed a federal lawsuit March 28, 2021 in the The United States District Court for the Eastern District of new York against that New York City Police department that City of New York and three cops / detectives.

Employees Michael Mazzio and Salvatore Mazzio were arrested for hauling in a tractor-trailer June 2019 owned by Western Express Inc. Salvatore Mazzio Communicate with an employee of Western Express, Inc. with a fleet of more than 3,000 trucks The United Statesand was given permission to tow one of his trucks when his Western Express truck driver was arrested in new York for driving in a frenzy. Days later, another Western Express employee contacted the New York City Police Department (“NYPD”) that their truck was “stolen” by Mike’s Heavy Duty Towing Inc. and the Mazzio brothers in new York and the NYPD arrested the Mazzio brothers.

After posting, spending a day in jail, spending money on legal fees, six months later that Queens County The public prosecutor’s office dismissed the charges against the Mazzio brothers on the grounds that the Mazzio brothers were operators of towing companies accused of unauthorized towing of a Western Express truck. However, the Mazzio brothers presented evidence that the towing was authorized and Western Express no longer cooperated with the criminal case, leading to the dismissal of all charges. The Mazzio brothers claim the NYPD had no likely reason to arrest them when the tow was approved by a Western Express employee but the truck was reported stolen by another Western Express employee.

You can find a copy of the complaint at:

For information: Gary Rosen, Esq., Rosen Law LLC, 516-437-3400 X223


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