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Attorney General helps Drum troops recover vehicles from defunct company

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New York's attorney general has stepped in to help Fort Drum soldiers returning from overseas retrieve personal vehicles.

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office says more than 176 military personnel found their cars and trucks had not been well maintained after being moved to other locations from storage in Watertown.

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Fort Drum Storage LLP had moved the vehicles to warehouses in Sandy Creek and Oswego without contacting the soldiers who were paying the company $100 to $150 a month while they were on deployment.

Members of Schneiderman's staff took possession of files from the now defunct company. They say at least 16 vehicles have been returned to their owners.

The Watertown Daily Times reports that the Oswego company that owns the warehouses, Laser Transit, is cooperating with the Attorney General’s office to return the vehicles to Watertown.

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