FOLLOWUP: Car Dealership Breaks Into Customer's Home, Steals $70,000

A Seattle car dealership that broke into a mentally-disabled customer’s apartment and stole $70,000 in cash has a history of drug-use, shady tactics, and abusing mentally handicapped customers, The Seattle Times reports.

Many of the allegations center around Huling Brothers manager, Adrian Dillard, with an alleged history of high-pressure sales tactics, and snorting painkillers with coworkers in the bathroom and off the dashboard of a company truck.

Sales records showed Huling Brothers taking, advantage of mentally deficient customers before Dillard came on. And one sale was structured to help a drug dealer launder funds.

Most alarming, Huling Brothers apparently enjoys a very high reputation in its area. Imagine what’s going on at dealerships even less sterling…. — BEN POPKEN

How drugs and greed tainted auto dealership [The Seattle Times] (Thanks to Karl!)
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