They say they are forced to take certain customers who they suspect are drug dealing or part of other illegal activities. When it was brought to the company's attention, drivers say they were told tough luck.
About 10 cab drivers resigned with 30 days notice, but claim they were then fired. John Dinn has been driving a taxi for 30 years . He said there's been times when he's been concerned about certain customers he's had to pick up.
“They use the taxi industry for picking up drugs and stuff, we don't like to be part of that but we're forced to do that. We shouldn’t be penalized for trying to keep taxi industry normal,” Dinn said.
After he was fired he says Diamond Taxi owner Ted Yaceko did not give him back his ownership of his car he was using for work.
“When we started driving for company we signed that car over to that taxi company, we had to give 30 days notice to get it released .. but when you’re fired it should be released right away, “ Dinn said.
He said the drivers are putting together an independant cab company.
Ted Yaceko did not wish to comment on the accusations.