The Attorney General of New York State is investigating Fort Drum Vehicle Storage, LLP for allegations of missing vehicles owned by locally deployed Soldiers.
Soldiers returning from recent deployments to Afghanistan were unable to locate the cars and pickup trucks they had put in storage while they were gone.
The storage fees ranged from $100 to $150 a month. The fee included battery checks, regularly scheduled engine starts and tire checks. The Soldiers allege not only were their cars not in the Jefferson County storage facility where they had been dropped off, the services they paid for were never performed.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman refused to comment on the ongoing investigation although he stated that all 170 vehicles that were thought to be missing have been accounted for.
Many of the Soldiers report substantial damage to their vehicles due to the lack of attention by Fort Drum Storage, LLP and some have filed charges against the establishment.
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