Darrell Buchholz started his prison career early, pre-18 years old. Intrigued by learning more about crime from other criminals, he got right back into the same cycle after serving his sentence. To feed his habit of getting high, random burglaries were his routine until, of course, he got caught again. Then 10 years in the Federal system woke him up. He had a family at that time and decided he wanted a career that gave back to the community and provide a living for his family. His brother suggested he get a tow truck, offer lower-cost tows to the blue collar people who didn't have a lot of money. Since those were many of the people Darrell had targeted in his burglaries, is seemed a natural way to give back.
Felony Inc Podcast with your host Mark Gailey
We record the Felony Inc Podcast inside NedSpace in the Bigfoot Podcast Studio in beautiful downtown Portland.
Audio engineer, mixer and podcast editor is Allon Beausoleil
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