Injunction Filed Against Ohio Auto Glass Shop
January 13, 2012

by Penny Stacey, pstacey@glass.com

The Ohio Board of Motor Vehicle Collision Repair Registration (OBM) and the state's Attorney General, Mike DeWine, have filed an injunction against Jenkins Auto Glass in Lancaster, Ohio, for alleged violation of the state's repair registration laws, according to information from the OBM.

"Enforcement efforts against illegal repair facilities have increased and will continue to be stepped up," says Michael Greene, executive director of the OBM, in a release. "It is not the Board's intention to close down repair shops, but rather bring them into compliance with state and federal regulations."

Ohio's Motor Vehicle Collision Repair Operators code requires collision repair shops and auto glass shops to register with the Board. Under the wording of the code, injunctions against violators may be filed in an effort to cease the alleged violation.

According to information from the OBM database, Jenkins Auto Glass is owned by Gregory Jenkins and originally registered with the board in June 2008, but the registration expired in 2009.

Jenkins could not be reached for comment at press time.

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