Texas Dealer Claims Someone Else Dumped Tires - Tire Review Magazine

Texas Dealer Claims Someone Else Dumped Tires

A Corpus Christi, Texas, tire dealer has been charged with illegally dumping junk tires behind his own shop.

A Corpus Christi, Texas, tire dealer claims it wasn’t him.

But local police arrested him anyway on Oct. 26, on charges that he illegally dumped junk tires behind his own shop.

According to the Corpus Christi Police Department, a code enforcement officer caught Donald Wilke and an employee dumping dozens of tires behind his 25th Street store.

Wilke told police that someone else had put the tires there, and that he was only moving them so that he could haul them away for proper disposal. He claimed that he had called the police about the purported dumping, but the police told local media that they had no record of such a call.

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