Repo man dies after ‘accidentally’ being shot twice by vehicle owner
A 23-year-old tow truck driver lost his life early Friday as he attempted to repossess a vehicle in northern Fauquier County Maryland.
Junior Jordan Montero died of a gunshot wound just after midnight.
Carroll Edward Gregg Jr., 53, of 10038 Conde Road, Marshall, faces a second-degree murder charge. Mr. Gregg called the shooting “an accident” when sheriff’s Sgt. Darrell Shores reached the scene, according to arrest documents.
A neighbor called 9-1-1 at 12:10 a.m. to report “that she heard gunshots and saw a tow truck drive into the ditch,” Detective Brandon M. Lillard wrote in his report. Sgt. Shores found “a black tow truck and a dark colored truck down an embankment.”
The deputy soon encountered Mr. Gregg and asked what happened. “Just an accident,” Mr. Gregg responded…
Gregg also told Sgt. Shores that repossessions shouldn’t be allowed in the middle of the night. Montero worked for a Chantilly towing company called to repossess the vehicle.
Gregg is scheduled to return to court on July 9.
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