Right Guy, Wrong Limo

Limousines Ltd., Hewitt, changed hands years ago

Hewitt – Yeah, Brad Wilson got popped for soliciting prostitution online. True story. Doesn’t mean he’s guilty. Only he or a jury can determine that.

Is he a friend of incumbent Abel Reyna? Indubitably. They participate in the Goodfellas program that makes sure kids get Christmas gifts.

So far, so good.

Is Brad Wilson the the owner of Limousines, Ltd.?

No way. The Better Business Bureau and Yelp have got it all wrong.

James Sill was a driver there until 2015, when he wrote Mr. Wilson a check and purchased the outfit lock, stock and, uh – stretch.

With a few key personnel changes in the driver staff, he is happily providing services to his customers. You can look those guys up on the local jail list and court dockets.

Said he had some issues with some of the other drivers, and he fixed that.

I like the attitude. James Sill just went to the top of my list of favorite limo operators. My kind of guy.

Unlike Abel Reyna, he returns phone calls.

Unfortunately, we would have to follow other reporters around to bring you the goods on the complete list of 47 unfortunate souls who got into online chats with young ladies seeking friendship.

It must be that time of year for Sheriff’s Office Detective Scaramucci, the Department of Homeland Security-funded police officer who operates the federal program aimed at outing Johns who patronize on-line prostitutes.

Under the law, they’re as guilty as the pimps and prostitutes who ply their trade online – or anywhere else.

Personally, I have received hundreds of entreaties for my friendship from young women who display a lot more than their faces on Facebook, but have no other content on their pages. I’m asking them to pull the other one; it has bells on it, and to say hello to Scaramucci. Good cop, but, hey, Joe, come on.

Another cop I know, Chief Danny Krumnow of the Riesel force, told me I should do a public information act request t learn where Scaramucci gets all these pictures. We’ll give that a miss.

I have spoken.

So mote it be.

  • The Legendary


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