Nevada Revokes Licenses Of Charlie Horky's Limo Company

Posted on October 31, 2014
LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The Nevada Transportation Authority has revoked two operating certificates for CLS Transportation, throwing 60 employees out of work. The company, which operated in Southern Nevada as United Car Service of Las Vegas, was run by CEO Charles Horky.

Las Vegas Review-Journal article here

Background article: Horky Plea Deal Scheduled For Dec. 10

Related Topics: Charlie Horky, criminal incidents, Las Vegas operators, limo licenses, Nevada operators, regulatory enforcement

Comments ( 4 )
  • Lew Whitacre

     | about 5 years ago

    and by the way......Charlie and all his fellow "felons" are just the "tip of the iceberg" people! It's everywhere in the limo business. Every limo company in the city is rife with criminal activity.......and just not by the drivers. As seen by "loser Charlie" starts right at the top of management of all limo companies. And it's really huge in middle management.......who shake down drivers for cash all the time. And what about the "nobody" fat chicks in the dispatch offices who actually think they are better than the driver of limo's?? Who are they kidding? It's a disgusting atmosphere to see the attitude of fat chicks in dispatch offices who talk down to even the best of the drivers! And believe me.......there are many, many incredible professional drivers out there. It's a cesspool of turds.......interlaced with outstanding drivers! The best of people that I have ever met! Meaning the good drivers. The rest who are jack holes.......all of you can go to hell. Have a nice day to all the good people. Lew.

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