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INSIDE EDITION's House of Shame series is putting more contractors to the test - this time to see if they give a fair deal for a roof that our experts say only needs minor repairs. After hiding cameras throughout a rented New Jersey house, we had ...
Are predatory tow truck drivers lurking in parking lots, waiting to take your car right out from under you if you leave it for just second? Inside Edition got a tip from a viewer about one particular towing operation patrolling a McDonald’s parking lot in Brooklyn, New York. The tipster said he repeatedly saw cars getting hauled away within minutes of drivers leaving their vehicle to run a quick errand. So Inside Edition left cars as bait in the McDonald’s parking lot and set up cameras to see what happened.
Chaos at Walmart stores across the country has gotten so bad that the mayhem is spilling out into parking lots, and the number of calls to police has left many departments stretched thin. Last year in Jacksonville, Florida, there were 5,298 calls involving 15 Walmart stores. Since 2015, police in Chicopee, Massachusetts, have received 1,294 calls about alleged incidents at the town's only Walmart. In Westminster, Colorado, 2,140 calls were made regarding four Walmart stores.
It's a frustrating crime that's happening more often than ever as packages are being snatched off porches, and most of the culprits are getting away scot-free. Inside Edition attempted to catch a porch pirate in the act by leaving bait boxes outside several different homes. What the thieves don't know is that a GPS tracking device was placed inside each box with a $250 speaker. The electronics were placed inside the box, sealed up and left on the front porches of three homes in Clifton, N.J.
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INSIDE EDITION's House of Shame series is putting more home repairmen to the test - this time to see if they give a fair deal for cleaning an air vent. After hiding cameras throughout a rented house, we called local technicians to check out vents that can build up with dust, debris and mold. One repairman tried to charge $700 to clean and sanitize the air duct system, which only needed a basic cleaning.