Complaints lead state to rethink towing law

Katherine Schaeffer

When sophomore fashion merchandising major Ashleigh Lentz exited a friend’s Eagles Landing apartment to find a tow truck idling in front of her car, she panicked. Lentz confronted the driver, who was about to tow her vehicle for unauthorized parking. He told her that if she paid him $45 in cash within the next five minutes, he would leave the car where it was.