don't see any faces. He left with needed parts during a job and refused to return them except for cash. He is smoking something called cush. I retrieved most parts after contacting DA and told him it would be felony theft. Just trying to regroup after this incident.
The parts are patented and covered by a confidentially agreement.They belonged to Tank Mate Inc and had not yet been purchased by Tank Mate Technology LLC.He was merely delivering them and decided to take off after driving within 50 feet of the job site.He is not part of Tank Mate Inc.He then offered to sell them back to us.
State of Texas bylaws never thought drug use or theft would come up.Right now the LLC is debt and about to take on additional debt. Don't think he will voluntarily sign over interest.
Don't want to send him to jail just want him out. Looking to see if we could do something short of winding up the LLC and reforming we need to keep the name as its our brand
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