With the assistance of attorney Carl H. Starrett II, Special Investigations Agency ("SIA") is conducting an investigation into Star Ambulance, Inc., which formerly held its principal office at 4400 Palm Ave., Suite C, La Mesa, CA 91941. Star Ambulance was formed by Larry McEwen in November 2000.
In March 2006, Emergency Medical Technicians employed by Star Ambulance allege that their paychecks began to bounce. A few months later, the former employees allege that Mr. McEwen closed the company bank accounts, sold the ambulances on hand to Fire Etc. which sells used fire equipment and left the employees without paying more than $20,000.00 in wages.
If you or anyone you know has any information regarding Star Ambulance, Inc. or any of the following employees of Star Ambulance, please click here to visit our website.
Larry McEwen - Chief Executive Officer
Frank Westbrook - Chief of Operations, Director of Business Development
Anna Chen - Director of Customer Relations Medical Accounting
About the Author: Kevin M. LaChapelle, director of Special Investigations Agency, began his career as a Loss Prevention and Safety Manager for a retail warehouse in San Diego. He then served as a Police Officer specializing in Street Gang Prevention/Intervention strategies and Community Oriented Policing. Mr. LaChapelle was the recipient for many awards for his leadership within the community.
I USE TO WORK FOR STAR AMBULANCE AND THE CONDITIONS WERE HORRIBLE ALL THE TIME WITH AMBULANCES BREAKING DOWN ALL THE TIME AND EVEN CATCHING ON FIRE MORE THAN ONCE ON ME IT WAS A HORRIBLE COMPANY.
I was a former employee of star ambulance and there were countless times that the ambulances were broken and not safe and the owner would put them out in the field to transport patients. My paychecks had bounced several times before i quit and trying to get the money was a hassle. I am glad to see that someone is taking action against that crook Larry McEwen.
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