Booting company responds

The owner of the booting company responsible for disabling 15 vehicles of fireworks patrons at Logan City’s gathering last weekend is defending his company’s actions. Dennis Shaw of Cache Auto Booting Services says although the Sigma Nu Fraternity House is no longer open, the property owner still has a contract with his company. He said this is an example of people having a disregard for private property. Police reports stated the vehicle owners were under the assumption that the parking lot was open because the house was no longer functioning, and it is summer break for USU. But Shaw says it doesn’t make a difference what time of year it is, parking rules are enforced 12 months a year. He said the biggest reason property owner’s hire companies like his is so they don’t have the liability if something happens to a car while on their lot. Police reports stated the group of fireworks patrons thought they’d been ‘trapped’ by the booting company and the parking lot off should have been physically closed down, but Shaw said the parking regulation signs were clearly posted and should have been followed.

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