We mean no disrespect to Mr. Bobby White's memory and family. We do intend to show the corruption of Greg Steenson and others who cheated the citizens of Morgan County, Alabama as-well-as the Jeffreys out of their hard earned money.
How did Mr. Bobby White sign release of a bucket truck to Mike Corley on April 23, 2015 when he passed away February 14, 2014? Did Corley sign the attached document? Does the County Commission know they own a Bucket Truck.
On April 23, 2015, the Morgan County Commission bought a 1988 Ford bucket truck from Performance Auto Sales.
It was a 30-year-old, rusted-out rattle-trap that would barely crank, let alone run.
The following documents are public records, the results of an Open Records Request that was filed with the State.
As you can see, the Morgan County Commission is the current owner of this vehicle.
Michael Corley signed the paperwork for it, along with Ana's cousin, Greg Steenson.
Michael Corley also signed the back of the title to it on behalf of the Morgan County Commission. Alyssa Franklin, Ana's daughter, signed the back of it on behalf of Performance Auto Sales.
According to the back of the title to this truck, Performance Auto Sales acquired it from PCL Cable in Athens. Bobby White, the founder of PCL Cable, signed the back of it over to Alyssa, supposedly also on April 23, 2015. Strangely, based on the obituary attached to this article, Mr. White passed away on February 14, 2014. That was over a year before Performance Auto Sales bought this vehicle.
All of this information leads to a few questions:
1.) What does the Morgan County Commission need with a bucket truck in the first place, let alone one that will barely run? Ray Long...as Chairman of the Morgan County Commission...will you please explain this?
2.) Since Michael Corley works for the Sheriff's Department, then why was he signing the paperwork for this truck on behalf of the Morgan County Commission? Ana/Ray...any thoughts on this?