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Repo man shot on Conde Road took the job to save money for a wedding ring

Thursday, Jun. 12 | By Mark Grandstaff | Google+
Junior Jordan Montero, 23. - Courtesy of NBC Washington
The Hyattsville, Md. repo man shot to death near Marshall last Friday had taken the job to save up for a wedding ring.

Junior Jordan Montero, 23, was found shot to death in the tow truck he apparently used to try and repossess the truck of Carroll Gregg Jr. Fauquier sheriff's deputies have charged Gregg with second-degree murder.

In an interview with NBC Washington, Montero's wife, Mayensy Molina, said Montero had started work as a repo man two weeks ago, taking the job in order to save up money for a wedding ring.

According to a search warrant filed in Fauquier County Circuit Court, deputies went to the 10000 block of Conde Road just after midnight on June 6 after a neighbor heard gun shots and saw a tow truck drive into a ditch. Authorities found Montero dead in the cab of the truck. When questioned, Gregg allegedly said "I shot him. . . I shot, fell and then shot again, it was an accident."

"They shouldn't be allowed to do this in the middle of the night," Gregg said, according to the search warrant.

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