Mexican Official’s Massive Classic Car Collection Seized



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Out of the 41 cars, some are quite valuable.

The Mexican people are understandably outraged after former Mexico City police chief and director of the Housing Institute Raymundo Collins. The man has an active arrest warrant for the improper use of the public service with millions of pesos spent under questionable circumstances. A raid on the Collins’ house uncovered a garage with 41 classic cars, which

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Bays Mountain begins hosting annual Mountain Bike Night Rides | WJHL

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News Channel 11 spoke to

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“This service will fill an important gap in transportation services for veterans, especially those living in rural areas of the region, by providing access to doctor’s appointments, VA

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