Saturday, January 17, 2015

Greensboro City Employees Steal 5 Cars

On January 2 Greensboro Police, Code Enforcement and employees of Kirk-Sineath Towing removed 37 cars from the properties of Bulent Bediz as reported by the Greensboro News & Record:

"The city had 37 cars towed from the backyards of Bediz’s properties and from an area of the 800 block of Lexington Avenue with parking restrictions."

I then submitted Public Information Request #4205, titled Toad Fog:

Last Friday, January 2, 2015, the City of Greensboro Code Enforcement and GPD executed a court order against Bulent Bediz ( FILE NO: 14-CVS-7561 ) allowing them to tow cars from the following residential properties: 804, 806, 807, 808,809, 810, 811, 812,814,816, and 901
Lexington Avenue.

I would like a list of all the cars that were towed from the public streets, Lexington and Haywood. Make, model, vehicle identification number and the specific location from where the two truck operator FIRST hooked to each car.

I would also like all photographs and videos taken by Code Enforcement at the above address on Jan 2, 2015.


When I picked up the disk on Friday there were only 32 cars listed. Total. No, I didn't miscount they were numbered 1-32.

What happened to the other 5 cars? Did GPD and/or Code Enforcement officers conspire with Kirk-Sineath towing company employees to steal the cars?

I personally looked at these cars less than two weeks ago. These were running late model automobiles. Did they assume that because towing and storage bills would mount so quickly that Mr Bediz would never come to retrieve his cars and therefore they would never be caught?

Guess what? You've been caught. Mayor Vaughan's enforcers have some 'splainin' to do.