Tow Drivers Assigned to Repossession Lead to a Debtors Death

Tow Drivers Assigned to Repossession Lead to a Debtors Death


OVERTON COUNTY, TN – January 18, 2011 – A repossession attempt that lead to a chase lead to the death of Michael W. Brown, 48, of Hilham Highway, Livingston. Brown died when his 1998 GMC Sonoma pickup collided with the tow drivers truck, on Campground Road off Highway 85 just after noon on January 17th.

The two men, Kenneth J. Krolik, 34, of Sunny Drive, Cookeville and Devon P. Perrigan, 21, of McMinnville Highway, Sparta had gone to Brown’s residence to repossess the truck as representatives of a company from which Brown had bought the truck. When Michael Brown left the residence in the truck, and the tow driver took chase after the truck.

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