Mohamad Abdul, left, owner of M&M Mobile Truck Repair, talks to men that he hired to help fill pot holes and level the land at his new location on Elder Creek Road in Sacramento. Abdul said he didn't know the contractor he hired was operating without a meter or permit to take water from city hydrants.
Mohamad Abdul, left, owner of M&M Mobile Truck Repair, talks to men that he hired to help fill pot holes and level the land at his new location on Elder Creek Road in Sacramento. Abdul said he didn't know the contractor he hired was operating without a meter or permit to take water from city hydrants. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Mohamad Abdul, left, owner of M&M Mobile Truck Repair, talks to men that he hired to help fill pot holes and level the land at his new location on Elder Creek Road in Sacramento. Abdul said he didn't know the contractor he hired was operating without a meter or permit to take water from city hydrants. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
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