(KMOV)-- The former manager of the tow lot involved in the St. Louis police towing scandal is headed to prison for ten months.
Gregory Shepard was the former operations manager of St. Louis Metropolitan Towing.
Shepard pled guilty to falsifying title information on cars in order to obtain more new titles from the state.
Shepard would then sell the cars.
William and Kenneth Bialczk owe more than a million dollars and were sentenced to a year and a day in prison for tax evasion in the case.
They owned S and H towing, the parent company of Metropolitan Towing.
A St. Louis police officer also faces charges.
The scandal led to the resignation of former St. Louis Police Chief Joe Mokwa.
Mokwa is not facing charges.
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