LAG Towing Shut Down by City Officials

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LUZERNE COUNTY -- A business in Wilkes-Barre was condemned Wednesday, a short time after another one of its locations in Luzerne County was raided by the FBI.

Wilkes-Barre city officials shut down LAG Towing building on Carey Avenue late Wednesday afternoon. Federal investigators were also at this location on Wednesday.

FBI agents were at the LAG building along Foote Avenue in Duryea earlier in the afternoon, but would not say why they were there.

According to a criminal complaint from earlier this year, company owner Leo Glodzik is the focus of an ongoing investigation.

A jury in Luzerne County found Glodzik guilty of theft charges earlier this year.



      LEO is hiding under his bridge. Or maybe he GAVE THEM AWAY YVONNE SAYS HE IS A WONDERFUL NEIGHBOR. Yea like that would happen ever

    • LEO FOR PRES 2014

      He is hiding them under his bridge. OR MAYBE HE GAVE THEM TO HIS NEIGHBORS, BECAUSE YVONNE SAYS HE IS A PILLAR OF THE COMMUNITY. like that will ever happen.


      After all these years he is to slippery to stay in jail. They won’t even like him there. he will probably try to steal the CRACK HEAD SOUP they buy at the commissary. But i sure would like to see him in prison jump suit.


      YVONNE a HITACHI WAND would be a better boyfriend. He won’t steal your change out of your purse when your not looking or STEAL your car and CLEAN it’s ashtrays. Manson coming up for parole again at least he wrote some songs for GNR. but no accounting for taste.

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