Limo Service Claims Mailman Owes $60,000 in Bills

Limo Service Claims Mailman Owes $60,000 in Bills

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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- A Salt Lake City limousine service says the Mailman did not deliver on nearly 60-thousand dollars in fares.

Deano Herrera owns DLSS Transportation Incorporated. He says former Utah Jazz forward Karl Malone owes the fares for service to Malone, Malone's family and the Karl Malone Foundation for Kids from 1998 through 2000.

But Malone said the services were either donated to the foundation or were "in-kind" trades.

But Herrera says that $25,893 worth of the rides were for Malone himself, not the foundation. Included in the invoices were limo trips to Wendover, Nevada for Malone's mother.

Malone's lawyer says the services were offered free to the foundation. But he says there are some charges the Malones might agree they owe.

Malone left the US Olympic team practices Wednesday after learning of his mother's sudden death.

(Copyright 2003 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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