John DeLoach, who once owned Bexar Towing, but who now works for the company as a dispatcher and sometime spokesman, has been found guilty of overcharging a car owner.
The trial over the citation was held last week, but Municipal Court Judge Robert Lipo notified attorneys for both sides of his ruling Wednesday morning via email.
The current owner of Bexar Towing, Alex Garcia, was acquitted of an overcharging citation after a similar trial last week.
Bexar Towing is fighting the citations because they claim San Antonio Police were improperly enforcing an $85 maximum towing fee last year. The company was issued more than 400 citations for overcharging, most of which were written to Garcia.
Seven overcharging citations named DeLoach. He can now appeal that decision, however Bexar Towing is still facing the hundreds of other overcharging citations.
A 2002 ordinance set the $85 fee limit, but Bexar Towing was charging car owners $250, plus storage and impound fees.
No penalty has been decided for DeLoach yet, Judge Lipo will discuss the matter with attornies before ordering one.