Attorney General Sues Wilkes-Barre Used Car Dealer
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office is taking a used car dealer in Wilkes-Barre to court. The attorney general's office claims Auto Now cheated several customers, in some cases, by selling used cars that would not even pass a routine inspection. With three sons on the line of a high school football team, Nicole Bednar needed a bigger vehicle. Last year, she went to the Auto Now dealership in Wilkes-Barre and bought a 2002 Jeep for $9,000.