Truck dispatcher faces bribery charges
10/08/2007 - 9:54:55 am
A former dispatcher at a Lodi, CA, truck company is in jail on bribery charges after allegedly charging drivers between $100 and $300 a month to get premium loads and the newest trailers.
According to the Stockton Record, 41-year-old James Canclini dispatched for T&T trucking for more than 15 years, and allegedly collected $47,000 in payoffs from drivers – many of whom were Latinos and East Indians.
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