Liberty Constable Timothy Allison Sued
HOUSTON, October 31, 2014 – Today a civil lawsuit was filled in the 165th District Court in Harris County by attorney Cristen David Feldman on behalf of Joyce Smith a woman who worked at a Harris County Towing Company in Houston.
The lawsuit stems from Allison’s actions and interactions with the towing company employee in an attempt to get a relative’s vehicle released without paying the towing charges. The lawsuit alleges personal injury and assault.
Allison's Criminal Trial in Harris County as a result of this incident is set to come to jury trial in February of 2015 according to records from the Harris County District Clerk's Office.
See related story from archives… Constable Tim Allison Indicted in Harris County
Today’s announcement concerning a press conference about the Civil Lawsuit filed Thursday, from Dolcefino Consulting, (Yes, that’s Wayne Dolcefino of Dolcefino Consulting a media consulting firm) reads as follows…
A HALLOWEEN DAY HORROR STORY
The customer had a police uniform on, wore a gun, and carried handcuffs when he showed up at a Harris County storage yard. He wanted a truck released without paying the costs.
As we all know, it doesn’t work that way.
Shortly after, the worker at the storage yard was face down, bent over the top of her desk and being put in tight handcuffs.
No. The guy wasn’t wearing a Halloween police costume even though it was just after Halloween in 2012, and the gun and the handcuffs were real too.
Turns out the customer was the elected Liberty County Constable Timothy Allison, who thought it was OK to drive his patrol car into Harris County to try and arrest the storage yard worker for holding a truck owned by Allison’s private company.
This morning at ten AM, that storage yard worker will be joined by Attorney Cris Feldman to announce a lawsuit against the Constable alleging assault and false imprisonment.
Allison already faces criminal charges.
The Press Availability is at 10:00 am Halloween morning at the Feldman firm, 3355 W. Alabama Suite 1220.
This is no trick, and likely no treat for the Liberty County Constable.
See... Lawsuit against Allison