The small poor community of king hill was being raped by the police chief and six cops that was along with him in a scandal to confiscate cars from poor Hispanic people. With rules of keeping cars for 30 day minimums and high tow fees made it imposable for people to get their vehicles back
Quote: In what is likely the most widespread case of official corruption in Monterey County history, six King City police officers, including the former and acting chiefs of police, were arrested on felony charges on Tuesday, four of them accused of conspiracy, embezzlement and bribery. The owner of a local tow truck company, the brother of the acting chief, was arrested in the scheme, which involved impounding the cars of mostly unlicensed drivers, then selling them when the cars' owners were unable to pay towing and storage fees.
California police chief says charges baseless