The mother of the Dallas trucker says Mexico has given little explanation for holding her 27-year -old son Jabin Akeem Bogan following completion of his seven-month prison sentence in Veracruz.
Dallas native Jabin Bogan's mother Aletha Smith visited the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas: her son may get back home sooner than later, she says.
The latest news, from AP reporter Juan Carlos Llorca in El Paso, Texas, notes that on July 5, U.S. truck driver Jabin Bogan's defense team gathered with local officials, prosecutors (which is trying Bogan on ...
A coffee cup collection, the weird case of Jabin Bogan, when patriotism turns to trouble and other interesting trucking industry items, plus Truck Gauges and Truck Gallery are featured.
Mexican officials said they told Jabin Bogan he could do a U-turn after crossing the Bridge of the Americas into Mexico and come back to Texas.
A brief quiz on the week's news -- play yourself! Post answers in the comments here then go back through the past week's blog entries to check your results. Get all five without cheating? You ...
The Bogan case may be best viewed in the context of tried-and-true advice: be smart and choosy about who you run for. You never know when you may need the boss to go to bat ...
FMCSA has ordered Demco Express, employer of the U.S. driver detained in Mexico, to shut down its operation immediately.
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