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Lack Of Driver Background Checks Led To Criminal Hire

Posted on February 27, 2015

What was a parolee and three-time violent offender doing behind the wheel of a cab in Kalamazoo, Michigan?

And why was the service that billed itself as a taxicab company, actually registered as a limousine company?

MLive Media Group article here

Related Topics: criminal incidents, driver behavior, limo tradeshows, Michigan operators, passenger safety, state regulations, taxis

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