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					                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                              24/7 YELLOW CAB
Incident Date: 2/22/2007            Incident#: 1536          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION - Driver
Incident Location:     MACARTHUR AVE/DOUGLAS
24/7 Yellow Cab ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION #3292 QUINTO CITED FOR NO DRIVER PERMIT/METER

022607RG-Driver #3292 MARCO ANTONIO QUINTO came into the OCTAP office on Friday, Feb 23, 2007. Driver stated that he had been
cited near the John Wayne Airport on Thursday, Feb 22, 2007 for: 1) No driver permit 2) No insurance 3) No front plate 4) No meter
seal. Upon looking in the database, found that Mr. Quinto's Driver Permit had expired on October 24, 2006. I asked Mr. Quinto if he was
operating at the time of the cite. Mr. Quinto stated that he was operating and that he had customers in the cab. I asked Mr. Quinto if he
owns the vehicle or if he leases it. Mr. Quinto stated that he does not own the cab, but that he leases it from the company. The vehicle is:
24/7 Yellow Cab, #737, VP#5279, plate #7P86089, VP expiration is 063007. Vehicle was insured at the time of the cite. The Vehicle Permit
was partially scraped by Deputy Bloom, OCSD. Removed the rest of the Vehicle Permit at the OCTAP Office. OCTAP will issue Mr. Quinto
an Administrative Action Form #10264 with a $100 fine, that must be paid in full within 30 days of receipt; under the OCTAP Regulations,
Section 6.15.1, as follows: "Failure to comply with the applicable provisions (including timeliness of submissions) of the OCTAP
Regulations".

031507RG-Per the OCTAP Administrator, OCTAP decided to issue Mr.Quinto an Administrative Action/Notice of Violation #10264, with
$100 in fines, for violating the following sections of the OCTAP Regulations:

6.15.1. Failure to comply with the applicable provisions (including timeliness of submissions) of the OCTAP Regulations.

031507RG-(09:00 am) OCTAP called Mr. Quinto to inform him that he may come into the OCTAP Office to pick his driver permit; with the
stipulation that he signs the Notice of Violation and pays the fine, in full amount. Mr. Quinto agreed an said he will pay.

031507JG- (1300 hrs.) Driver paid Adm. Action, notice of Violation #10264, for $100.00 with MO#08-676812739. Issued driver permit to
the driver. Closed incident. Case Closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                               24/7 YELLOW CAB
Incident Date: 2/22/2007             Incident#: 1537           Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION - Driver
Incident Location:     MACARTHUR AVE/DOUGLAS
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION #10248, KONSTANTINOS RODITIS, 24/7 YELLOW CAB

022607RG-Driver #3292 MARCO ANTONIO QUINTO came into the OCTAP office on Friday, Feb 23, 2007. Driver stated that he had been
cited near the John Wayne Airport on Thursday, Feb 22, 2007 for: 1) No driver permit 2) No insurance 3) No front plate 4) No meter
seal. Upon looking in the database, found that Mr. Quinto's Driver Permit had expired on October 24, 2006. I asked Mr. Quinto if he was
operating at the time of the cite. Mr. Quinto stated that he was operating and that he had customers in the cab. I asked Mr. Quinto if he
owns the vehicle or if he leases it. Mr. Quinto stated that he does not own the cab, but that he leases it from the company. The vehicle is:
24/7 Yellow Cab, #737, VP#5279, plate #7P86089, VP expiration is 063007. Vehicle was insured at the time of the cite. The Vehicle Permit
was partially scraped by Deputy Bloom, OCSD. Removed the rest of the Vehicle Permit at the OCTAP Office.

031507RG-Per the OCTAP Administrator, OCTAP decided to issue Konstantinos Roditis, President, 24/7 Yellow Cab an Administrative
Action/Notice of Violation #10248, with $200 in fines (3rd occurrence within 12 months), for violating the following sections of the OCTAP
Regulations:

"5.10.2. Allowing operation of a Taxicab by a Driver not possessing a valid OCTAP Driver Permit stating that the Driver is affiliated with the
Permittee."

"5.10.3. Failure to comply with the OCTAP Regulations."

031507RG-OCTAP scheduled an Administrative Hearing for Konstantinos Roditis to determine further action against 24/7 Yellow Cab. The
hearing is set for Thursday, April 12, 2007 at 10:00 am. A certified letter indicating the date/time/location of the hearing was sent to Mr.
Roditis.

032107RG-Received a letter from Mr. Roditis asking that the Administrative Hearing be postponed due to previous travel plans. The
OCTAP Administrator approved the postponement and rescheduled the Administrative Hearing for Thursday, May 10, 2007 at 10:00 am.

032707RG-A certified letter indicating the date/time/location of the Thursday, May 10, 2007 hearing was sent to Mr. Roditis. The OCTAP
Administrator also decided to stay the fines until 30 days after the May 10 hearing.

050907RG-Received a request from 24/7 Yellow Cab, in writing, requesting that the admin hearing be rescheduled for May 24, 2007 due to
their desire to have their attorney present at the hearing. Faxed a copy of the letter indicating the new date/time of the admin hearing.
Also sent copies of the letter to the company: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5130 3448. Hearing scheduled for May 24,
2007 at 1000.

052407RG-The result of the administrative hearing is as follows: The OCTAP Administrator rescinded the violations of the OCTAP
Regulations, Section 5.10.3 from the Notice of Violation #10248. All remaining violation(s) will stand. Fine amount is $100 and is payable
within 30 days unless appealed.

060407RG-Sent 24/7 Yellow Cab two (2) copies of the Administrative Hearing Result letter: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005
5130 3578.

060407RG-Received Notification from Maryann Cazzell, 24/7 Yellow Cab Legal Counsel, that 24/7 would not be appealing the decision of
the OCTAP Administrator. Fine must be paid within 30 days, on or before June 28, 2007.

062807RG-Received fine payment from 24/7 Yellow Cab. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                               24/7 YELLOW CAB
Incident Date: 7/7/2007              Incident#: 1630          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
DRIVER SUSPENDED PENDING ADMIN HEARING FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT

080807RG-OCTAP Regulations, Sections 6.15.2 states that a Driver Permit may be suspended or revoked by the OCTAP Administrator for
circumstances providing grounds for denial of a Driver Permit as outlined in the OCTAP Regulations. Also, the OCTAP Regulations, Section
6.14.10 states Driver Permit shall be denied, suspended, or revoked for good cause after an administrative hearing by OCTAP, subject to
appeal pursuant to Section 12. OCTAP Received a Subsequent Arrest Report from the Department of Justice dated July 9, 2007. The
Report indicates driver was arrested on July 7, 2007 for PC 243.4(E)(1) - Sexual Battery: Touch for Sexual Arousal. OCTAP also received
additional information concerning the circumstances of the incident which led to the arrest. This information indicates that the incident
took place during the course of driver's duties and responsibilities as an OCTAP Permitted taxicab driver. The circumstances which led to
his arrest, as well as the arrest information contained in his Department of Justice Report, indicates that driver's continued possession of
an OCTAP Driver Permit poses an immediate safety, health, and welfare hazard to the public. Therefore, to ensure the public’s safety,
health and welfare, driver's OCTAP Driver Permit is hereby suspended, effective immediately, pending the outcome of an Administrative
Hearing.

Driver's Administrative Hearing has been scheduled for Thursday, August 16, 2007 at 09:00 am. On 080107, OCTAP sent driver the
suspension letter, which included the date/time/location of his Administrative Action Hearing: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750
0001 2821 5327. OCTAP also sent 24/7 Yellow Cab two suspension letters for driver: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821
5341. Also faxed the company a copy of the suspension letter.

Driver's Administraive Hearing is set for Thursday, August 16, 2007 at 0900 am.

081407RG-Received an appeals request concerning the suspension of driver's Driver Permit. The appeals request was filled out by a 3rd
party and not signed. Will hold off any appeals actions until the outcome of the Administrative Hearing.

082007RG-Driver did not show for his Administrative Hearing. The OCTAP Administrator decided to revoke driver's OCTAP Driver Permit
based on the OCTAP Regulations, Section 6.14.10 for "Good Cause". Sent driver two revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004
0750 0001 2821 5907. Also sent 24/7 Yellow Cab two revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 5891.

090407RG-Received appeals request form from driver. Hand delivered driver an Appeals Hearing Schedule letter indicating the
date/time/location of his requested appeals hearing along with a copy of the appeals hearing procedures. Driver's appeals hearing is
scheduled for Thursday, September 13, 2007 at 0930.

091307RG-The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for revocation of appellant’s OCTAP Driver Permit. OCTAP Shall
not issue appellant an OCTAP Driver’s Permit under any conditions at this time. Also, appellant shall not, at any time, be eligible to reapply
for a Driver Permit. Mailed driver two final revocation letters along with copies of the Appeals Hearing Decision Letter: 1) regular mail 2)
certified #7004 1160 0005 5130 3790. Also sent 24/7 Yellow Cab two final revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160
0005 5130 3806. Incident closed.

100107RG-Sent "No Longer Interested" Notification, via fax, to the Department of Justice. Subsequently, destroyed DOJ/SAP Reports
dated 092805 and 070907.
                                      OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                    24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 1/15/2009           Incident#: 1784         Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION - DRIVER
Incident Location:
DRIVER ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10403

011509RG-Anaheim Enforcement Night at Mimi's Café. Driver DP #1682 - (24/7 Yellow Cab)), was issued a written warning for violation of
the OCTAP Regulations 6.15.1 and 9.4 - Not activating the meter while carrying passengers and Section 6.6 - Driving outside authorized
zone, for picking up in the city of Anaheim with no franchise agreement while driving 24/7 Yellow Cab #751. Driver signed written
warning. No further action is required. Incident closed.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                       24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 6/10/2009             Incident#: 1823           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL
DRIVER ALLEGED LEAVING CAB TO SOLICIT BUSINESS CAUSING DISTURBANCE

061509RG-last week on Wed, 6-10-09 at about 1045, GGPD (Mike Feher) received a call from a Bell man at the Crowne Plaza hotel about a
taxi issue.

The bell man told Officer Feher he was working that morning about 0630 am at the hotel, when a male middle eastern man in his mid to
late 50's came in the hotel lobby and was soliciting guests for a taxi. when hotel staff told him nicely he can not do that in the hotel, the
taxi driver became angry and was yelling in the lobby and out in front as he left in his taxi. it was a black toyota from 24/7 taxi cab #750.

RG-I called 24/7 Yellow Cab and spoke to Konstantinos; whom told me that the driver of that cab was Driver Permit #3743.

To 24/7 Yellow Cab Management. Please investigate and inform driver that: 1) leaving his taxicab to solicit business is a violation of the
OCTAP Regulations, Section 9.3. 2) Such alleged behavior is not in the best interest of the taxicab industry or your company. Also, GGPD
asked that I relay the message that such alleged actions will not be tolerated. Will leave incident open for company response.

061509RG-Officer Mike Feher made contact with the driver and counseled him. He denied soliciting anyone and was told if he had
problems with hotel staff to contact a hotel supervisor, or me and to walk away without any verbal confrontation.

061609RG-Konstantinos Roditis stated that the facts of the incident were not correct (as giving by the bell man); and that he has spoken to
the driver. No further action is needed. Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                        24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 1/5/2010               Incident#: 1894           Incident Type: DRIVER ADMINISTRATIVE FINE
Incident Location:      ORANGE COUNTY JAIL
DRIVER ISSUED NOV #10458 FOR VIOL 9.3 - SOLICITING OUTSIDE OF CAB

020210RG-Driver was issued a Notice of Violation #10458 with a $100 fine for violations of Sections 6.15.1 (failure to comply with the
OCTAP Regs) for Section 9.3 (leaving his taxicab to solicit business). Please see reports from Deputy Byers for full details (in driver file).
Sent to driver: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 5171. Driver is able to appeal NOV. Driver has 30 days to pay fine.

020910RG-Received a letter from Mr. William Kennon, attorney for driver, stating his intention to represent driver in this matter. Mr.
Kennon/Driver submitted his Appeals request to this office. Mr. Kennon also requested that all discovery materials be sent to him.

021610RG-Faxed Mr. Kennon a copy of the Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter along with the appeals hearing procedures and with the
notification that all discovery materials will be sent once available. Also sent certified copy to Mr. Kennon: 1) regular mail 2) certified
#7004 1160 0005 5135 5232. Driver's appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, March 11, 2010 at 10:30 am.

030110RG-Discovery materials were sent to Mr. Kennon on this date: certified mail #7004 1160 0005 5135 5300. A copy was also faxed to
Mr. James Donich, Esq., OCTA Legal Counsel.

031010RG-JG faxed a copy of the requested discovery material to Mr. Kennon, Esq. Mr. Kennon stated that he did not receive materials
via mail.

031110RG-The decision of the appeals panel is as follows: "The administrative fine issued to the Appellant in the amount $100 is hereby
upheld. Appellant has five (5) days, from the date of this letter, to pay the fine to avoid further administrative actions".

031810RG-Sent Mr. William Kennon, Esq., the Appeals Hearing Decision Letter, with cover letter: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160
0005 5135 5584. Also successfully faxed a copy of the Appeals Hearing Decision Letter to Mr. Kennon.

033010RG-Spoke with Susan at the Kennon and Associates. Susan stated that she did receive the faxed Appeals Hearing Decision Letter
and also the certified copy. Susan stated that someone will be in today to pay the fine for the driver.

033110RG-Driver came into the office today to pay his $100 fine. No further action is required. Incident closed. Please check driver file
for complete chronological details.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                       24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 6/10/2010             Incident#: 1994           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     IRVINE STATION
DRIVER TOOK WRONG ROUTE

070210KS- RP called on behalf of his companion who rode in cab # 731, from 24/7 Yellow Cab, on 061010. According to the RP, the
companion was picked up around 1940 at the Irvine Station and asked the driver to take him to his home. RP states the driver went the
wrong way and the customer ended up having to pay $20 plus a $3 tip for what should have been a 1.9 mile drive. According to the RP, the
driver forced the companion to pay the tip since he said that that the minimum amount was $3.00 even though the companion only
wanted to pay $1.00. The caller was frustrated that this happened since he feels 1.9 miles is not worth $23.00 for the ride. According to the
RP, the caller tried to contact the driver directly and eventually found (and rode with) the driver, but when the caller confronted the driver
and asked the driver for his information the driver said "f*** you" to the caller. At this point the caller decided to call the taxi company (1-
888-247-TAXI) where he spoke to a representative named Angie. He states, the representative told him that a supervisor named Irene
spoke to the driver about the issue and he claimed he did not remember this incident. RP said that Angie informed him they would pay
back $9.00 to the caller for the incident. The caller did not like how the situation was handled since the driver did remember the incident
when the companion rode with the same driver the second time. The caller wants something done with this driver since the companion
was scared when he rode with this driver.

070610KS- The caller was able to obtain the taxi number which is #731 as well as the license plate number which is 8M53814. Kasey spoke
with Konstantinos on 070210, the driver of cab #731 was DP # 2469.

070610KS- Betty from OCTA spoke with the companion on 061810. According to him, he spoke with 24/7 Yellow Cab and was told that the
driver is an independent agent and there is nothing they can do. He strongly feels that OCTA regulates the taxis because of the emblem on
the taxi and should be concerned that the taxi driver is not taking the most direct route from Point A to Point B and is rude to the
customer. Betty explained OCTA is involved in the licensing of the driver. He wants a clearer explanation on OCTA's role with the taxi
drivers.

070710RG-I asked Konstantinos Roditis to investigate and forward his results to OCTAP. I received an email from 24/7 Yellow Cab on this
date. The following is taken directly from the email:

"I have talked to Angela Roditis regarding this matter and we are satisfied with our investigation. The customer stated that he was
overcharged and we refunded $9.00 back to the customer. Approximately a week later this customer verbally harassed our driver at the
Irvine Train Station and reached into the vehicle to try and steal our driver’s OCTAP permit. He then called our dispatch office and verbally
harassed our dispatcher. We take complaints from customers seriously and without proof we refunded the customer back $9.00 because
he stated that is how much he was overcharged. If he was overcharged or the driver didn’t take the most direct route then this issue has
been remedied by the refunding of the $9.00. Above the refund, we will not take any further action. We consider this matter closed and
we have nothing further to add to this investigation". The mailed was digitally signed as: Konstantinos Roditis, President/CEO.

Konstantinos Roditis stated that Irene Roditis, 24/7 Yellow Cab Manager, handled the incident with the driver. Mr. Roditis did state that
the refund of $9 was accepted by RP, which indicates resolution was reached. Mr. Roditis also stated that the driver was counseled
concerning the OCTAP Regulations Section 9.1 and that the most direct and accesible route must be used at all times when transporting
passengers.

No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                        OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                      24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 7/28/2010            Incident#: 2018          Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
DRIVER POSTING "CASH ONLY" SIGN IN VIOLATION OF SECTION 9.8

080410RG-Driver was driving 24/7 Yellow Cab #758 on July 28, 2010 when he was stopped for a random inspection at the John Wayne
Airport by Deputy Medina. Deputy Medina noticed that the driver was displaying a "Cash Only" sign near the meter. Deputy Medina
called myself and I asked him to inform the driver to remove the sign and to remind the driver that per the Regulations, credits cards must
be accepted (and electronically processed) if desired by the customer. As a result, written warning #10-032 has been issued to the driver
and sent: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 6901. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                        OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                      24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 5/1/2011             Incident#: 2210           Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     HARBOR BLVD AND GARDEN GROVE BLVD
MAY 2011 - DRIVER ISSUED NOV #10-098 WITH $100 FINE FOR NO DP

050911RG-Driver was issued a Notice of Violation #10-098 with a $100 fine for violations of 6.14.1 and 6.8. The Notice of Violation read:

"On May 1, 2011 at Harbor and Garden Grove Blvds, you were stopped by an Orange County Sheriff's Deputy while operating 24/7 Yellow
Cab #720. During the stop, the Deputy confiscated your expired Driver Permit (expiration date of April 29, 2011) and you were not in
possession of a valid Driver Permit required to operate a taxicab as outlined in the OCTAP Regulations Section 6.8. Notes: 1. at the time
of the stop, "Not in Service" signs were not present in the vehicle windows (which would indicate an out of service taxicab). 2. You
renewed your Driver Permit on April 19, 2011 but were not yet in possession of the new permit at the time of the stop. Driver stated to
the Deputy that "Gus" from 24/7 Yellow Cab told him that he could operate his taxicab without his permit.

This Notice of violation serves as notice that any future violations may result in the denial, suspension, or revocation of your OCTAP Driver
Permit. Also, the OCTAP Regulations Section 6.15 states that the OCTAP Administrator may, in lieu of revocation, impose a penalty in the
form of a fine, a period of suspension, or both a fine and a period of suspension".

Driver was sent two copies of the Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 9778. Driver has 30 days to pay
the fine.

060111RG-Received the Notice of violations back from the post office as NOT DELIVERABLE AS ADDRESSED; confirmed mailing address on
envelopes with address on driver's application. I called the driver and spoke with him. I informed him of the Notice of Violation and that
he needs to come into the OCTAP Office by 2:00 pm on Thursday, June 2, 2011 to pick up the Notice of Violation. Driver agreed and stated
that he would show. Bella witnessed the phone call and heard the conversation.

060211RG-Driver showed today as he stated. I asked him to open the certified receipt letter and I had him sign and date the Notice of
Violation. I made a copy for OCTAP records and gave him the original. I again stated that he would have to pay the fine by 061311 or that
OCTAP will take steps to revoke his driver permit.

061711JG- Driver paid fine for $100.00 in person, Money order # 14-309482268.
                                      OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                    24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 5/20/2011           Incident#: 2219         Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:    IRVINE TRAIN STATION
MAY 2011 - DRIVER ISSUED WW #10-103 FOR NO CURRENT POI

052511RG-Sent driver two copies of the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 8853. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                               24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 5/18/2011      Incident#: 2220   Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:   NEWPORT BEACH HYATT
MAY 2011 - DRIVER ISSUED WW #10-102 FOR NO CURRENT POI
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                       24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 5/11/2011             Incident#: 2221           Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:     RITZ CARLTON
MAY 2011 - DRIVER ISSUED WW #10-205 FOR NO CURRENT POI

052711RG-On May 18, 2011, you were approached by an OCTAP Code Administrator and asked to submit to a random inspection on your
vehicle. During the inspection, you were asked for current proof of insurance as required in the OCTAP Regulations Sections 8.1 and 8.17
and the California Vehicle Code Sections 16020 through 16028. You failed to present the required CURRENT Proof of Insurance needed to
establish finiancial responsibility for your vehicle. As a result of you violating Section 8.17 of the OCTAP Regulations, you are hereby issued
this written warning.
This written warning serves as notice that any future violations may subject you to further administrative actions; up to and including
revocation of your Driver Permit.

053111RG-Sent driver two copies of the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 8877. No further action is
required at this time. Incident closed.
                                        OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                      24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 5/25/2011            Incident#: 2224           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     GARDEN GROVE HYATT
MAY 2011 - 24/7 YELLOW CAB MANAGER SOLICITING BUSINESS OUT OF TAXICAB

052511RG-received a complaint from RP that driver gets out of his taxicab at the Garden Grove Hyatt, gives money and talks to the
bellman, and solicits business outside of his taxicab.

To 24/7 Yellow Cab Management. Per the OCTAP Regulations Section 5.2.10.7, please investigate and forward your results to this office so
that incident can be updated and closed. Please include any actions taking against the driver, if needed pursuant to your investigation.

R. Girard
OCTAP Code Administrator

060111RG-faxed a copy of the incident to 24/7 Yellow Cab.

060611RG-Per Konstantinos Roditis, driver does not leave his taxicab to solicit business; but, as a key player in the company, does routinely
check on company drivers and networks with hotel staff to ensure company performance is acceptable. No further action is required at
this time due to lack of evidence.

Incident closed.
                                       OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                     24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 8/24/2011           Incident#: 2256          Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
AUG 2011 - DRIVER ISSUED WW #10-211 FOR 6.5, 6.14.1, AND 8.10.3

083111RG-On August 24, 2011, while operating 24/7 Yellow Cab #727, you were stopped at the John Wayne Airport by an OCTAP Code
Administrator for the purpose of performing a random inspection. Prior to the inspection, it was noticed that you had passengers inside
the taxicab. Your taxicab company does not have a franchise agreement with the JWA that would allow you to pick up passengers. You
explained that you were picking up family members and not operating as a taxicab. However, you were not displaying NOT IN SERVICE
signs in the vehicle windows as required by Section 8.10.3 of the OCTAP Regulations. As a result, you are hereby issued this written
warning. This written warning also serves as a warning that any future violations of the OCTAP Regulations may result in further
administrative actions against your company permit; up to and including revocation.

Sent driver two copies of the written warning #10-221: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0874. Incident closed.
                                        OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                      24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 7/9/2011             Incident#: 2260           Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:     ORANGE COUNTY JAIL AREA
AUG 2011 - DRIVER ISSUED WW #10-226 FOR NON-COOPERATION

083111RG-OCTAP received an information report by the Orange County Sheriff's Department that on July 9, 2011, while operating 24/7
Yellow Cab #722, you were approached by a Sheriff's Special Officer (SSO) and instructed to move your vehicle from a red "no parking/no
stopping" zone. The report indicates that during the contact, you became non-cooperative to the instructions of the SSO. As an OCTAP
Permitted driver operating an OCTAP permitted taxicab, you are required to cooperate with law enforcement at all times; not doing so is a
violation of the OCTAP Regulations. This written warning services as a warning that any further violations of the OCTAP Regulations, or any
similar incident, may result in adverse administrative action against your driver permit; including fines, and or the suspension or revocation
of your driver permit.

Sent driver two copies of the written warning #10-226: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0911. Incident closed.
                                        OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                      24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 9/30/2011            Incident#: 2285           Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     ORANGE COUNTY JAIL AREA
OCT 2011 - DRIVER ISSUED NOV #10-238/$150 IN FINES FOR NOT DISPLAY DP AND NON-COOP

100311RG-Summary of violation issued to driver:

"On Friday, September 30, 2011 at approximately 10:54 am, while operating 24/7 Yellow Cab #712, you were contacted by the OCTAP
Administrator in the City of Santa Ana, OC Jail area. During the field contact, the Administrator observed that you were not displaying your
driver permit as required. When asked why your driver permit was not displayed, you stated that you were not in service (your vehicle
was not displaying NOT IN SERVICE signs). After locating and presenting your driver permit from within a stack of papers, you snatched the
driver permit back from the Administrators hands and threw it to the opposite side of the vehicle. The Administrator then clearly stated,
twice, "I am asking you for your driver permit." You refused to cooperate with the request, instead quickly, suddenly, and without
warning, driving off. Your actions, failure to display your driver permit and failure to cooperate with OCTAP staff, are in violation of
OCTAP regulation Sections 8.10.3 and 6.14.4. As a result, you are hereby issued this Notice of Violation and fine in the amount of $150.00.
Fines are due and payable upon receipt of this notice, and will be considered delinquent if not paid within 30 days. Failure to satisfy the
fine or future violations of OCTAP Regulations may result in additional actions against your driver permit, up to and including suspension
or revocation of your driver permit".

Driver was sent two copies of the Notice of Violation #10-238 with $150 in fines: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 1079.
Driver has 30 days to pay the fine before further administrative actions are taken against his Driver Permit.

102011RG-Driver submitted an appeals request on this date. The appeals request is with the administrator for review and approval. The
appeals request is in the driver folder. OCTAP also received an letter from driver authorizing Konstantinos Roditis, President of 24/7 Yellow
Cab, to represent him in the appeals hearing.

103111RG-Appeals hearing was approved. Driver was sent two appeals hearing notification letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010
3090 0000 4912 5931. Konstantinos Roditis, President of 24/7 Yellow Cab, was also sent two copies of the schedule letter: 1) regular mail
2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5955. Driver's requested appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, November 10, 2011.

110711RG-Email was received from Konstantinos Roditis requesting an extension of driver's appeals hearing due to him being out of the
country. The request was forwarded to the Deputy Administrator/Administrator for review and approval.

111611RG-Driver's appeals hearing continuance was approved. Driver was sent two appeals hearing schedule letters (continuance): 1)
regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5986. Konstantinos Roditis, President of 24/7 Yellow Cab, was also sent two copies of the
appeals hearing decision letter: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5979. Driver's appeals hearing has been rescheduled
for Thursday, December 8, 2011 at 9:30 am.

122911RG-Decision of the appeals panel: Fine was upheld and must be paid within 30 days. Sent driver two appeals hearing decision
notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5382. Also sent Konstantinos Roditis notice; via certified #7010 3090 0000
4912 5405.

011812RG-Driver paid fine on this date. Incident closed.
                                        OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                      24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 12/5/2011            Incident#: 2336           Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     IRVINE TRAIN STATION
DEC 2011 - DRIVER ISSUED VIOLATION #10-107 WITH $50 FINE; NOT DISPLAYING DRIVER PERMIT.

122911RG-Driver issued Notice of Violation #10-107 with a $50 fine for not displaying his driver permit at the irvine train station. Sent
driver two violation notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5641. Must pay by 021312 or appeal by 012312.

021412RG-Driver paid fine on this date. Incident closed.
                                       OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                     24/7 YELLOW CAB - 24/7 TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 3/14/2012            Incident#: 2372          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    LAWRENCE AVE
MAR 2012 - DRIVER ISSUED NOV #10-148 WITH $50 FINE FOR NOT DISPLAYING DRIVER PERMIT

032312RG-While operating 24/7 Yellow Cab #726.

Driver was stopped in the city of Fullerton on Lawrence Ave & Commonwealth. Driver was not properly displaying his permit and had
information covered. Issued driver the notice of violation with $50 fine. Sent driver two notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090
0000 4912 7942. Driver has until 040212 to appeal or until 042312 to pay the fine (if not appealed).

042312RG-Driver paid fine on this date. Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 1/27/2007            Incident#: 1517          Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     WATERS RESTAURANT
A TAXI CAB #645 OVERCHARGED PASSENGER

012907RG-Taken from RP's statement:

"At 3:55pm, I call 1-800-4MY-TAXI to request a pickup at Waters Restaurant, 4615 Barranca, Irvine, CA. At approximately 4:05 pm, a cab
arrived. The driver complained that he had been pulled from the airport. Upon arrival at my home (address above) the meter read $4.95.
I handed the driver a $20 bill and asked for $12 change. He (the driver) then stated "We have an $8 minimum, you can have $10 back)
and would only give me a $10 bill. Rather than cause a scene, I noted that the cab number was 645.

I assumed that since I often use this company for airport travel, contacting them would rectifiy the situation. When I called, I asked to
speak to a supervisor, and after five minutes on hold was told there was no supervisor working, and if I had a complaint, they would call
me back tomorrow, before 8 am, and would not be available after that time. When I stated that I would rather work with them than
contact the county authority, I was told "Contact whoever you want, there's no one here for you to talk to". - End of RP statement.

To A Taxi Management: Please forward the permit number for the driver to this office. The only description given by the RP is that he is
male and foreign.
The reporting party does want resolution.

012907RG-JB spoke with Jim Carlson, A Taxi Cab, concerning the incident. Mr. Carlson stated that the driver was #3023, though the driver
states that he does not remember the incident. Mr. Carlson also stated that for resolution, that they would be willing to give RP a $20 Ride
Voucher for a future taxicab ride. 013007RG-Spoke with Jim Carlson to confirm resolution. Called RP and left voicemail, asking permission
to forward his name and address to A Taxi Cab so that they may mail the vouchers.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 3/28/2007            Incident#: 1565           Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
DP #999 REVOKED FOR DUI

042007RG-OCTAP Regulations Section 6.14.9 requires a driver permit be denied or revoked if the applicant is convicted (or pleads guilty or
nolo contendere), of driving under the influence (DUI) of intoxicating liquors or drugs within five (5) years of application. OCTAP received a
Subsequent Arrest Report from the California Department of Justice (DOJ) dated April 18, 2007; which indicates DP #999 has a March 28,
2007 misdemeanor conviction for California Vehicle Code 23152(A) - DUI Alcohol/Drugs. Driver Permit revoked with no stay of revocation,
as decided by the OCTAP Administrator. Sent driver two revocation letters, along with the required appeals request forms: 1) regular
mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5130 4636. Faxed A Taxi Cab a revocation letter and spoke with Jim Carlson. Also mailed two
revocation letters to the company: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5130 4612. Also, submitted a subsequent CDL check to
TPS. License came back valid, disqualified for commercial use for excessive blood alcohol (CVC 13353.2). License also has the restrictions
that DP #999 can driver to/from/and during the course of employment and to/from DUI programs. Per the OCTAP Administrator and TPS
(Deputy Dunham), OCTAP did not use the commercial disqualifications or license restrictions as part of the revocation.

042707RG-Received certified receipt #7004 1160 0005 5130 4636.

050707RG-OCTAP received appeals request on 043007. Sent driver two Appeals Hearing Schedule Letters, along with copies of the appeals
procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5130 3417. DP #999 is scheduled for Thursday, June 7, 2007 at 0930.

070207RG-The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for revocation of appellant’s OCTAP Driver Permit; thus the
OCTAP Administrator’s revocation of DP# 999’s Driver Permit is upheld. The Appeals Panel concluded that OCTAP shall not issue an OCTAP
Drivers Permit to appellant under any conditions at this time. The hearing panel also concluded that DP# 999 shall be eligible to reapply
for an OCTAP Driver Permit after he successfully completes the term of his probation. After that, DP# 999 will be required to submit to
quarterly random alcohol/drug screening. Sent driver two appeals hearing decision letters along with final revocation letters: 1) regular
mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 5181. Sent A Taxi Cab two final revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001
2821 5198. Incident closed.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 4/8/2007            Incident#: 1583          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE DRIVER
Incident Location:    CITY DRIVE/THE BLOCK
DP#3665 CITED FOR NOT DISPLAYING DRIVER PERMIT

043007RG-DP#3665 was cited in the City of Orange for not properly displaying his OCTAP Driver Permit, as required. Issued an
Administrative Action/Notice of Violation #10329 for violation of the OCTAP Regulation, Section 8.10.3 with a $50 fine that must be payed
within 30 days.
050107JG-Mailed Notice of Violation #10329 to the driver via regular mail and Certified mail, RRR, article # 7004 1160 0005 5130 4803.
Administrative fine due on June 08, 2007.
061307JG- Sent revocation letter and appeals form to the driver via regular mail and certified mail, RRR, Article # 7004 0750 0001 2821
5563. Driver have the right to appeal the revocation within ten (10) days of the postmarked date.

061507EP- Received $50.00 m.o.#08-560197114 payment of administrative fine #10329.

061807RG-Per the OCTAP Administrator, the revocation of DP#3665's Driver Permit is rescinded. No further action is required at this time.
Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 4/6/2007             Incident#: 1584          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE DRIVER
Incident Location:    CITY DRIVE/THE BLOCK
DP#3601 CITED FOR NOT DISPLAYING HIS DRIVER PERMIT

043007RG-DP#3601) was cited in the City of Orange for not properly displaying his OCTAP Driver Permit, as required. Issued an
Administrative Action/Notice of Violation #10328 for violation of the OCTAP Regulation, Section 8.10.3 with a $50 fine that must be payed
within 30 days.
050107JG-Mailed Notice of Violation #10328 to the driver via regular mail and Certified mail, RRR, article # 7004 1160 0005 5130 4780.
Administrative fine due on June 08, 2007.
052807JG- Received unclaimed certified letter from the USPS on this date. Regular mail was not returned back to OCTAP office.
061307JG- Sent revocation letter and appeals form to the driver via regular mail and certified mail, RRR, Article # 7004 0750 0001 2821
5532. Driver have the right to appeal the revocation within ten (10) days of the postmarked date.
062607JG- Received Appeals hearing form from the driver on this date.
070307RG-Driver paid his fine of $50 on 062607. However, the OCTAP Administrator decided to continue with the revocation due to the
time elapsed between when the fine and was and when it was paid. The driver is granted a stay so that he may continue working in the
mean time. Driver's appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, August 9, 2007 at 0900.

082407RG-The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for revocation of appellant’s OCTAP Driver Permit. Therefore, the
OCTAP Administrator’s revocation of appellant’s Driver Permit is upheld. Appellant shall be eligible to reapply after three (3) months from
the date of the appeals hearing. Upon reapplying, the status of Citation #1004198 will be checked to determine if the case has been
adjudicated. Sent driver two final revocation letters, along with the Appeals Hearing Decision Letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004
0750 0001 2821 6140. Incident closed. Driver must still surrenderer driver permit.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 5/16/2007            Incident#: 1590           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:
DP#3842- DRIVER PERMIT DENIED FOR H&S, FTD, FELONY.

052407RG-OCTAP received TPS information on 051107. OCTAP Regulations Section 6.14.4. requires a driver permit be denied if the
applicant falsifies, or fails to disclose, material information on the application for Driver Permit within the past one (1) year. OCTAP
Regulation Section 6.14.7 requires a driver’s permit to be denied if an applicant is convicted (or pleads guilty or nolo contendere),
regardless of the time elapsed, in any state, for crimes related to the use, sale, possession or transportation of controlled substances.
OCTAP Regulation Section 6.14.8. requires a Driver Permit to be denied if the applicant is convicted of any felony in any state (or pleads
guilty or nolo contendere), other than those felonies listed in Section 6.14.7, within eight (8) years of application. OCTAP has received
driver's background check from Transit Police Services dated May 11, 2007, which indicates the following convictions.

March 08, 2000, Health and Safety 11550 - Under the Influence of A Controlled Substance, misdemeanor. Disclosed on the application.
January 28, 2002, Health and Safety 11377 - Possession of Controlled Substance, misdemeanor. Did not disclose on the application.
October 09, 2003, Health and Safety 11377 - Possession of Controlled Substance, felony. Did not disclose on the application.

Sent applicant two denial letters, along with the required appeals request forms: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5130
3769. Awaiting appeals request.

053007RG-Driver submitted his appeals form.

061107RG-Sent driver two Appeals Hearing Schedule Letters for his appeals hearing, which is set for Thursday, July 12, 2007 at 0930: 1)
regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 5051.

080807RG-The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for denial of appellant’s OCTAP Driver Permit; thus the OCTAP
Administrator’s denial of DP#3842’s Driver Permit is upheld. The Appeals Panel concluded that OCTAP shall not issue an OCTAP Drivers
Permit to appellant under any conditions at this time. The hearing panel also concluded that DP#3842 shall not, at anytime, be eligible to
reapply for a Driver Permit. OCTAP sent DP#3842 two copies of the appeals hearing decision letter along with the final denial letter: 1)
regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 5372. OCTAP also sent A Taxi Cab Management two copies of final denial letter: 1)
regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5130 4148. Also NLI'd with the DOJ on this date. Incident closed.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 5/15/2007           Incident#: 1594          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
DP#3783 REVOKED FOR POSITIVE DRUG TEST/COCAINE

052907RG-OCTAP Regulations, Section 6.15.6 states that a Driver Permit may be suspended or revoked by the OCTAP Administrator for a
positive drug/alcohol screening test or failure to submit to random testing pursuant to the Drug and Alcohol Certification Program
required in Section 5.2.2.

OCTAP has received driver's random Controlled Substance Test Results Report from Norton Medical dated May 17, 2007 (drug screen date
of May 15, 2007); which indicates the driver tested positive for Cocaine. Driver immediately revoked. Sent driver two revocation letters
dated 052107, along with the required appeals form: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5130 3707. Also sent A Taxi Cab two
revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5130 3691. Also faxed A Taxi Cab a copy of the revocation letter.
Awaiting appeals request.

070607RG-Driver did not appeal. Sent driver two final revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 5259. Also
sent A Taxi Cab two final revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 5242. Driver may reapply on or after
November 11, 2007, after being cleared by Norton Medical. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 6/11/2007             Incident#: 1604          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:
DP#1471 SUSPENDED FOR ATTEMPTED RAPE - ADMIN HEARING

061807RG-OCTAP Regulations, Sections 6.15.2 and 6.14.10 states that a Driver Permit shall be suspended or revoked for good cause after
an administrative hearing by OCTAP. OCTAP Received a Subsequent Arrest Report from the Department of Justice dated June 13, 2007.
The Report indicates that DP#1471 was arrested on June 11, 2007 for PC 220 - Assault To Commit Rape. OCTAP Also received additional
information concerning the circumstances of the incident which led to DP#1471's arrest. This information indicates that the incident took
place in or involving an OCTAP permitted taxicab. The circumstances which led to DP#1471's arrest, as well as the arrest information
contained in DP#1471's Department of Justice Report, indicates that DP#1471's continued possession of an OCTAP Driver Permit poses an
immediate safety, health, and welfare hazard to the public. Therefore, to ensure the public’s safety, health and welfare, DP#1471's OCTAP
Driver Permit is hereby suspended, effective immediately, pending the outcome of an Administrative Hearing. DP#1471's Administrative
Hearing has been scheduled for Thursday, June 21, 2007 at 11:00 am.

DP#1471 was sent two suspension letters, along with the required appeals request forms: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001
2821 5112. The Suspension Letter also served as a Administrative Hearing Notice Letter, which indicates the date/time/location of
DP#1471's Administrative Hearing. Also sent A Taxi two suspension letters for DP#1471: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001
2821 5105. Also faxed A Taxi Cab a copy of the suspension letter (receipt in file).

070207RG-DP#1471 did not attend his administrative hearing. As a result, the OCTAP Administrator decided to revoke the driver's permit,
effective immediately. SendDP#1471 two revocation letters, along with the required appeals request forms: 1) regular mail 2) certified
#7004 0750 0001 2821 5204. Also sent A Taxi Cab two revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 5211.
Awaiting appeals request from DP#1471.

083007JG- As of this date, driver has not sent his appeal letter form to OCTAP Office. OCTAP staff will proceed on final denial.
083007JG- Sent Final Denial letter to the driver, via certified mail, RRR, article # 7004 0750 0001 2821 6218. Also sent A Taxi Cab
notification of the final denial on the same date via via certified mail, RRR, article # 7004 0750 0001 2821 6225.

Closed Incident on 091807 by 2134.

100107JG- Faxed No Longer Interested No tification form to the Department of Justice on this date. Destroyed DOJ Criminal History
record report dates: 060200, 052107, 061307, and 061507.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 6/6/2007            Incident#: 1609          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE DRIVER
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
DP#609 FINED FOR PICKING UP AT JWA

060607RG-OCTAP conducted an OCTAP/JWA Enforcement Day at the John Wayne Airport. DP #609, A Taxi Cab, was stopped by law
enforcement for a random inspection. DP#609 was cited for code violations at JWA, including picking up on the upper level and servicing
the John Wayne Airport when A Taxi Cab is not authorized to do so. OCTAP issued DP#609 a Notice of Violation #10339, with a $100 fine,
for violation of the OCTAP Regulations, Section 6.6:

6.6 "A Driver who has been issued an OCTAP Driver Permit may only pick up passengers in the Area of Jurisdiction of those Agencies that
have approved the Permittee he/she represents".

062707RG-DP#609 came in to pay the fine and/or appeal. DP#609 stated that he would be leaving the country next week and wouldn't be
back for 9 months. I informed DP#609 that I may not be able to hold his appeals hearing for that long; but that I would speak with the
OCTAP Administrator to see if there was anything we could do. In the end, DP#609 decided to pay the fine and not to appeal. I received
DP#609's payment, issued a receipt, and informed him that the matter would now be closed. DP#609 also flatly denied any wrongdoing;
stating that he did not know that he could not pick up at the John Wayne Airport because the airport does not post signs indicating whom
is and whom is not eligible to service the airport. Payment received, not appealed. Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 11/14/2007           Incident#: 1660           Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:     JOHWN WAYNE AIRPORT
#3023 ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING FOR 6.15.1/6.10

112007RG-Driver was stopped at the John Wayne Airport on 111407 during an enforcement check. During the spot check, noticed that
driver was in possession of another driver's permit (#3159), as well as his own, in violation of the OCTAP[ Regulations, Section 6.15.1 and
6.10; as follows:

6.10. A Driver shall not use or hold in his/her possession another person’s OCTAP Driver Permit. Such action is basis for suspension of the
drivers involved.

6.15.1. Failure to comply with the applicable provisions (including timeliness of submissions) of the OCTAP Regulations; or for renewal;

Confiscated both permits. Advised the driver to come to the OCTAP Office later that day. Issued driver a Notice of Violation - Written
Warning #10384. Driver signed the written warning. No other actions are required at this time.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 11/14/2007           Incident#: 1661           Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
#3159 ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10386

112007RG-Driver #3023 was stopped at the John Wayne Airport on 111407 during an enforcement check. During the spot check, noticed
that driver #3023 was in possession driver permit #3159, in violation of the OCTAP[ Regulations, Section 6.15.1 and 6.10; as follows:

6.10. A Driver shall not use or hold in his/her possession another person’s OCTAP Driver Permit. Such action is basis for suspension of the
drivers involved.

6.15.1. Failure to comply with the applicable provisions (including timeliness of submissions) of the OCTAP Regulations; or for renewal;

Confiscated both permits. Advised the driver to come to the OCTAP Office later that day. Issued driver a Notice of Violation - Written
Warning #10386. Driver signed the written warning on 111507. No other actions are required at this time.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 11/14/2007           Incident#: 1669           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
DP #3056 ISSUED NOTICE OF VIOLATION #10341 FOR NO DRIVER PERMIT

111407RG-111407RG-While performing random inspections/enforcement stops at the John Wayne Airport, noticed , DP #3056, was
operating his taxicab, A Taxi Cab #446, VP #5775, without displaying his driver permit and without being in possession of his driver permit.
IssuedDP #3056 a Notice of Violation #10341 for violations of the OCTAP Regulations, Sections 8.10.3 with a $50 fine and Section 6.15.1
with a $100 fine. Vehicle Permit #5775 was also removed from the vehicle to ensure the driver did not continue to operate in service.
Fines must be paid within 30 days unless appealed.

112607RG-Driver paid fine, total of $150. No further actions are required. Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 11/14/2007           Incident#: 1671           Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE DRIVER
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
DP #3807 ISSUED NOTICE OF VIOLATION #10342 FOR NO DRIVER PERMIT

111407RG-During the John Wayne Airport Enforcement, notice DP #3807 was driving his taxi, A Taxi Cab #486, VP #5670, without
displaying his driver permit and without being in possession of his driver permit. Issued Mr. Abukar a Notice of Violation #10342 for
violation of the OCTAP Regulations Section 6.15.1 with a $100 fine and Section 8.10.3 with a $50 fine. Mr. Abukar has until 122007 to pay
the fine or unless sooner appealed.

111407RG-Driver appealed the Notice of Violation #10342. Sent driver two Appeals Hearing Schedule Letters, along with the appeals
procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 6348. Appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, January 10, 2008 at
1000. Driver's file is in active file cabinets.

020408RG-Decision of the Hearing Panel: The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for the issuance of the Notice of
Violation. However, the hearing panel decided to dismiss the violation of the OCTAP Regulation Section 6.15.1 indicated on the Notice of
Violation. The violation of the OCTAP Regulation Section 8.10.3 will stand, and the $50 fine associated with this violation must be paid
within 30 days. Incident will remain open until fine is paid. Sent driver two copies of the Appeals Heaing Decision Letter: 1) regular mail
2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 6652. Also spoke with Mr. Abukar on this date to inform him of the outcome and to tell him that his
fine must be paid within 30 days.

021308RG-Driver paid his $50 fine today. Money order #08-825273762. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 11/1/2007            Incident#: 1687           Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
#3762 REVOKED FOR PC 242 - BATTERY

OCTAP Regulation Section 6.14.9. requires a Driver Permit to be denied or revoked if the applicant has any conviction(s) of Penal Code
Sections 240, 241, 242, and 243 or any corresponding substitute sections pertaining to assault and battery within five (5) years of
application. OCTAP received drivers State of California Department of Justice Criminal History Report dated December 17, 2007. This
report indicates a November 1, 2007 misdemeanor conviction for PC 242 - Battery. Sent driver two (2) revocation letters, along with the
required appeals request forms: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 6812. Awaiting appeals request from driver.

012108RG-Driver submitted appeals request. Sent driver two (2) copies of the Appeals Hearing Schedule letter, along with the required
copies of the appeals hearing procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 6768. Appeals Hearing is scheduled for
Thursday, March 13, 2008 at 1000 am.

033108RG-The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for the revocation of appellant’s OCTAP Driver Permit. The
Revocation of Appellant’s OCTAP Driver Permit is hereby upheld. OCTAP Shall not issue appellant an OCTAP Driver’s Permit under any
conditions at this time. Appellant shall be eligible to reapply for a Driver Permit five (5) years from the November 1, 2007 conviction date;
on or after November 1, 2012. Sent driver two final revocation letters, along with the Appeals Hearing Decision Letter: 1) regular mail 2)
certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 4177. Also sent the company (ABC Ride Taxi) two final revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified
#7004 0750 0001 2821 4184. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 4/2/2008              Incident#: 1716           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     GRAND CALIFORNIA HOTEL
DP #186 IN CAB #530 THREATENED VALET STAFF AT GRAND CALIF HOTEL

041508RG-Received a Security and Emergency Services Security Report from Valet Services (Bell Services). The incident took place on April
2, 2008 at 0837 am hours at the Grand California Hotel at the Disney Resort in Anaheim. RPs stated that after allowing him (DP #186) to
drop off his passenger,DP #186, A Taxicab, was approached by Adam Burt (valet) and Cruz Braulio (Lead) and was reminded that he is not
allowed on the property; that he was banned from the property months earlier. RPs stated that DP #186 became very angry and began to
raise his voice; stating that he was not banned and does not have to leave; asking for a manager. RPs stated that DP #186 began to accuse
them of hating him and of racism. RPs stated that they informed DP #186 to leave before they called security and the Anaheim Police
Department. RPs also stated that DP #186 was using profanity towards them; but that they, at no time, used profanity towards DP #186;
and that they never used any racist remarks towards DP #186. RP stated that as DP #186 was starting to leave, that he (DP #186) began to
say "I'm going to get you" to RPs. RPs stated that they told DP #186 he should watch what he says because it's coming across as a threat.
RPs stated that DP #186 continued to use profanity and say "I'm going to get you" until and as he was driving off.

OCTAP Received the Security and Emergency Services Security Report via email on April 14, 2008. The report has a category of "Incident"
with a disposition of "Report Only". The report has a CAD number of: 20080402-27640. The report indicates that DP #186 was issued
another "Trespass Warning" and that he is at no time to enter the property. No police report was filed. Talked with Lynn Strong, A Taxi
Cab Manager, and verified thatDP #186 was driving Cab #530 on that day.

041608RG-The OCTAP Administrator's decision was to immediately suspend DP #186's Driver Permit pending the outcome of an
administrative hearing, scheduled for Tuesday, Aprill 22, 2008 at 0900 at the OCTAP Office. Notified DP #186 to come in to receive his
Suspension/Notice of Administrative Hearing Letter. DP #186 came into the office, signed and dated the letter. Made copy for driver file
and gave original to DP #186. Also faxed and mailed A Taxi Cab two (2) suspension letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001
2821 4245.

041708RG-A driver, not identified, called asking why we suspended DP #186's permit. I explained to the driver that I would not discuss the
situation with him. The driver was using profanity (not directed towards me) and was telling me that we can only suspend for drugs or
alcohol. I again explained to the driver that I would not discuss it with him any further.

041708RG-DP #186 called shortly after and began to argue the suspension. I explained to DP #186 that the paperwork he was looking at
was the Appeals Hearing Procedures and that the process outlined therein would not apply at the administrative hearing. I also explained
to DP #186 that he can appeal the suspension. DP #186 refused my statement and began to state the he was going to spend $10,000 on a
lawyer. DP #186 also stated that he was going to organize a "protest", of sorts, and bring 50 or 60 of his buddies, with their vehicles, to the
OCTAP office. I tried to explain to DP #186 that any reports and paperwork may be available for him to view, at the Administrator's
descretion, at the Administrative Hearing. DP #186 began to accuse me personally of suspending his permit. The phone conversation
became redundant and unreasonable; to the point where I had to inform DP #186 that I would not discuss this with him any further and
again reminded DP #186 of the date/time/location of the hearing.

041708RG-Received response from A Taxi Cab, as follows:

"RE: DP #186 OCTAP # 186 / Background Information on Complaint - OCTAP - DP #186 #186. To Whom It May Concern: About a month
ago, our lease driver DP #186 approached me with a complaint about hotel staff at the Disney Grand California. He explained that certain
staff at the hotel and another driver were "ganging" up on him to keep him from servicing the hotel. He indicated that they were trying to
kick him out from the hotel. I called the hotel myself and asked for the Guest Services Manager. I asked if there were any problems with
our drivers and he did not indicate any major or ongoing issues. I asked if there was anyone that had been banned from the hotel and he
did not indicate so. I then called DP #186 and informed him of the results. DP #186 was concerned that his reputation was being affected
and wanted to confirm whether or not he had been banned from the hotel. This was about a month ago. At that time, either shortly
before my action or shortly after my action, I asked our public relations representative, John Boyland, to investigate and follow-up. Mr.
Boyland mentioned that he met with the Guest Services Manager. Mr. Boyland indicated he did not receive any mention of DP #186 at all
during that visit. Mr. Boyland can be contacted at (714)276-5755. I then received the OCTAP complaint dated 4-15-2008. I have been on
vacation since April 4 - 14, 2008 and just returned on this day. My understanding is that Jim Carlson or another manager handled the
initial complaint. I have opened our official investigation as of this day. DP #186 denies that he exhibited the behavior and/or was
misinterpreted in the OCTAP complaint and disagrees with the suspension of his permit. - William Gray - A White and Yellow Cab Inc.
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042208RG-DP #186's hearing was held. Many driver's showed along with DP #186 the morning of his hearing. One driver, whom refused
to identify himself or to admit that he was a permitted driver, attempted to enter the hearing room several times and was told that he
was not allowed. Many cabs were driving up and down the street and drivers were standing in the street. For safety reasons, OCTAP Staff
called TPS and had a deputy on hand in case things got out of control. The hearing ended and everyone left with no further incidents.

042908RG-Received an email from Bill Gray, A Taxi Cab, which stated that A Taxi Cab is closing this investigation concerning this incident
and defers to OCTAP.

042408RG-The decision of the administrator, after the administrative hearing, was to revoke DP #186's Driver Permit with no stay granted.
Sent DP #186 two revocation letters, along with the required appeals forms: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7003 2260 0003 5051 6114.

042408RG-Received a letter from Mr. Alan Forester, Attorney, whom will be representing DP #186. The letter asked for a transcript of the
admin hearing be sent to him. OCTAP staff forwarded the letter to Omar Sandoval, OCTA Legal Counsel.

042908RG-Sent A Taxi Cab two revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7003 2260 0003 5051 6121.

050208RG-Mr. Forester requested a copy of the Admin Hearing Decision (revocation) Letter so that he may help DP #186 fill out his
appeals form. Per the Administrator, faxed a copy of the letter to the attorney along with all the appeals forms and procedures.

050508RG-Received two requests from DP #186's attorney asking for a copy of the transcripts from DP #186's administrative hearing of
April 22, 2008. Contacted OCTAP IS Department to ask if they could make copies of the recorded tape from the administrative hearing. IS
stated that they could make two copies for us; one for DP #186's attorney and one for OCTA Legal Counsel.

050608RG-Per Omar Sandoval, the previous letter from DP #186's attorney constitutes an appeal. OK to schedule DP #186 for his appeals
hearing. Sent DP #186 two Appeals Hearing Schedule Letters (dated 050508), along with the required appeals hearing procedures: 1)
regular mail 2) certified #7003 2260 0003 5051 6220. Due to the incorrect address (for DP #186) on previous revocation letter, sent DP
#186 another copy of the initial revocation letter, for his records, along with the Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter. DP #186's appeals
hearing is scheduled for Thursday, June 12, 2008 at 1000.

050608RG-Received DP #186's Appeals Request Form, via fax.

050608RG-Sent DP #186's attorney (REVISED) copies of DP #186's revocation letter and DP #186's Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter
indicating the date/time/location of the hearing.

050908RG-DP #186 called OCTAP and asked why we sent him paperwork (appeals hearing schedule letter) when he has hired an attorney.
I informed DP #186 that we faxed Mr. Forester a copy of the paperwork along with sending DP #186 his copies.

050908@1323, JG - I spoke to Mr. Forester and notified him that OCTAP will contact him as soon as the requested documents are ready for
pick up.

051408JG-left phone message with Mr. Forester and notified him that all requested documents are ready for delivery.

051508RG-Again called Mr. Forester that his requested materials are ready for pickup. I also informed him that I would place materials in
the mail tommorrow morning if I did not hear from him. Received a fax from Mr. Forester authorizing his client, DP #186, to pick up the
requested materials. DP #186 arrived at approximately 1330. DP #186 signed a letter indicating he accounted for all materials. Made a
copy of the letter and included it in the package. The letter asked that Mr. Forester sign, date, and fax to OCTAP upon taking receipt of the
requested materials.

052208RG-Received a fax from DP #186's attorney dated 052208. Fax was a list of witnesses that Mr. Forester will call at the appeals
hearing. Emailed a pdf copy to OCTA Legal Counsel; Omar Sandoval.

052908JG- Received a fax from Mr. Forester, DP #186's attorney, requesting to reconsider the revocation of DP #186's driver permit.
Emailed a pdf copy to Omar Sandoval, OCTA Legal Counsel, and to the OCTAP Administrator, Iain Fairweather.

060608RG-Received direction and a template letter from Omar Sandoval, OCTA Legal Counsel, in reference to Mr. Forester's request for
revocation reconsideration. Finalized letter and documents for past incidents concerning DP #186. Tried to fax all documents to Mr.
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Forester (41 pages), but failed. I emailed pdf files to the attorney in leiu of fax. Talked with Mao Shiokura, Mr. Forester's law clerk, whom
verified that the pdf files were received and have already been printed out for review. Also sent Mr. Forester said documents via certified
mail, #7003 2260 0003 5051 7012.

061008RG-Called the Grand California Hotel and talked with Mr. Adam Burt. I asked if I could meet with him to discuss his report, but he
stated that he would not have time and asked if I could discuss his statement over the phone. I agreed. I first read his statement back to
him (word for word) and asked him to verify the truthfulness of the statement. Mr. Burt stated that the statement was accurate. I asked
Mr. Burt if he would be willing to show at the appeals hearing on Thursday, June 12, 2008 to give his statement in person. Mr. Burt stated
that he could not miss work to attend the hearing. I did encourage him to attend and stated that we might try and call again sometime
today. As to his statement, I asked Mr. Burt if he felt threatened by DP #186's actions on April 2, 2008. Mr. Burt stated that he didn't
necessarily feel threatened, even though DP #186 did verbally threaten him. Mr. Burt also stated that there are numerous occasions
where he has seen DP #186 and that DP #186 will try and intimidate Mr. Burt and other cast members. Mr. Burt stated that he does not
get intimidated by DP #186 even though DP #186 attempts to do so. The phone call between myself and Mr. Burt was approximately five
(5) minutes long. I felt completely satisfied that the hand-written statement given by Mr. Burt on April 2, 2008 was accurate and truthful.
Mr. Burt did not seem to have the time or the inclination to fabricate any portion of the information contained in his statement.

061008RG-Called the Grand California Hotel to speak with Braulio Cruz; spoke with Greg (cast member). Greg stated that Mr. Braulio Cruz
is off until Friday. I asked Greg if he could take my name and phone number and contact Mr. Cruz and ask him to give us a call. Greg
stated that he would.

061008RG/JG-Spoke with Mr. Jose-Ignacio Obando (714-956-6555, Security Lead for Grand California Hotel). Mr. Obando interviewed Mr.
Adam Burt and Mr. Braulio Cruz (cast members, Grand California Hotel) concerning the incident on April 2, 2008 (DP #186) at the Grand
California Hotel in the Anaheim/Disney Resort Area. Mr. Obando stated that he normally gets called to respond to Out of
Control/Emergency situations only; and is responsible to document an incident where someone feels their life is or has been threatened.
Mr. Obando stated that DP #186 was using an angry, combative tone and that Mr. Adam Burt felt threatened by DP #186's behavior. Mr.
Obando stated that DP #186 continually wants to do things his way and does not want to adhere to, or comply with, property (resort)
policies. Mr. Obando stated that Wolde drove away cursing and threatening at a very high tone. Mr. Obando drafted the Security and
Emergency Services Security Report (on file).

Mr. Obando was asked about trespass warnings. Mr. Obando stated that trespass warnings are given to individuals whom have become
out of control, abrasive, refusing to leave, etc. DP #186 was again given a tresspass warning on April 2, 2008 and informed that if he did
not leave, Anaheim PD would be called and that he would be arrested. Also, Mr. Obando stated that if an individual returns after being
issued a tresspass warning, they may call police to have that individual removed from resort property and/or arrested. Mr. Obando also
stated that when a tresspass warning is given to a taxicab driver, that the taxicab company, at the security lead's descretion, may be
contacted and informed that the driver is not welcomed back onto hotel/resort property. This recent tresspass warning given to DP #186
was due to multiple incidents/occasions of refusing to adhere to property/resort policies. Mr. Obando stated that if DP #186 returns, that
he would be asked to leave.

Mr. Obando stated that after the incident was over and after his investigation, he confirmed and was confident that the statements given
by Mr. Adam Burt and Mr. Braulio Cruz were true and accurate. OCTAP feels that after discussing the incident with Mr. Obando, that the
official security report made for the incident on April 2, 2008 (concerning DP #186) at the Grand California Hotel is true and accurate.

061208RG (0900 hrs)RG/JG-Spoke with Mr. Cruz Braulio (via phone call). OCTAP (RG/JG) asked Mr. Braulio to verify the truthfulness and
accuracy of his handwritten statement conatined in the Security and Emergency Services Security Report. Mr. Braulio gave us his
explanation of the incident concerning DP #186 on April 2, 2008 at the Grand California Hotel in Anaheim. Mr. Braulio's statement of
events which occurred on that day completely concur with his handwritten statement contained in the report and received at OCTAP on
April 11, 2008.

We (JG/RG) were completely satisfied that the account given (both his handwritten statement and per phone call) of the incident
concerning DP #186 on April 2, 2008 at the Grand California Hotel is true and accurate.

061208RG-The decision of the appeals panel is as follows:

"The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for the revocation of appellant’s OCTAP Driver Permit. The decision of the
hearing panel is that appellant’s OCTAP Driver Permit shall be suspended for a period of six (6) months from the date of the hearing.
Additionally, after the six month suspension, appellant shall be issued a Conditional Permit for a period of twelve (12) months."
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062608RG-Mailed the appeals hearing decision letter to Mr. Alan Forester: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7003 2260 0003 5051 7050. Also
mailed DP #186 the appeals hearing decision letter: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7003 2260 0003 5051 7029.

062608RG-Mailed a suspension letter to A Taxi Cab: certified #7003 2260 0003 5051 7043.

063008RG-Received a faxed letter from DP #186's attorney, Mr. Alan Forester. In the letter, Mr. Forester requested a compromise to the
decision of the appeals panel. Mr. Forester asked OCTAP to forego the six month suspension while retaining the conditional permit.

071608RG-The decision of the OCTAP Administrator was to reduce the suspension period to four (4) months; with the start date of the
suspension as April 16, 2008 rather than June 12, 2008. If this compromise is accepted, DP #186 can be reinstated and issued his OCTAP
Driver Permit on August 16, 2008. A letter stating this proposed compromised was faxed and mailed to Mr. Forester: Certified #7003 2260
00063 5051 7098. OCTAP is waiting to hear from Mr. Forester.

071808RG-Received a letter dated 071808 from Mr. Alan Forester. The letter rejected the compromise offered by OCTAP; stating severe
financial hardship on behalf of his client. After talking with Iain Fairweather and OCTA Legal Counsel, it was decided that OCTAP would
allow DP #186 to return to wotk on Monday, July 21, 2008 and be issued a Conditional Permit for a period of 14 months.

072108RG-The final decision (compromise) of the OCTAP Administrator was to reduce the suspension period to three (3) months; with the
start date of the suspension as April 16, 2008 rather than June 12, 2008. Also, DP #186 will be on probationary (conditional) status for a
period of fourteen (14) months. If this compromise is accepted, DP #186 can be reinstated and issued his OCTAP Driver Permit on August
16, 2008. A letter stating this proposed compromised was faxed and mailed to Mr. Forester: Certified #7003 2260 0003 5051 7104. This
proposal was informally accepted through a phone conversation between Mr. Forester and Mr. Fairweather.

072108RG-DP #186 came into the OCTAP Office to receive his conditional permit. Permit Issued. Incident closed.
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Incident Date: 5/13/2009             Incident#: 1824           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     FIRST STREET AND FLOWER STREET
#4065 ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10414 FOR NOT DISPLAYING DRIVER PERMIT

061609RG-Deputy Byers, OCSD/TPS, stopped DP #4065 for a random inspection. Driver was not displaying his OCTAP Driver Permit, but
was in his briefcase. Received written report from the Deputy

Issued driver a written warning #10414 for this violation. Sent to driver via: 1) regular mail 2) certified mail #7008 0500 0002 0322 2052.

No further action needed. Incident closed. All paperwork covering this incident is in the Driver's file.

080409RG-Received certified back from Post Office, not claimed. Called driver and asked for his current mailing address. Resent new
certified to the new mailing address: #7004 2510 0002 9025 1657.
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Incident Date: 8/14/2009            Incident#: 1843           Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
#4502 REVOKED FOR REFUSAL TO TEST - ALCOHOL ON 081409

081809RG-OCTAP Regulations, Section 6.15.6 states that a Driver Permit may be revoked for a Positive drug/alcohol screening test or
failure to submit to random testing pursuant to the Drug and Alcohol Certification Program required in Section 5.2.2.

OCTAP received letters from A Taxi Cab and Norton Medical Industries that on Friday, August 14, 2009 driver was directed by Jim Carlson,
A Taxi Cab, and refused, to immediately proceed to a testing facility, for a probable cause alcohol screen. Refusal to test is considered a
positive test by Norton Medical and a violation of the OCTAP Regulations, Section 6.15.6.

081809RG-Driver Permit Revoked. Driver was sent two revocation letters, along with the required appeals request forms and procedures:
1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 9025 1565. Also sent A Taxi two revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510
0002 9025 1572.

031610RG-Driver never appealed revocation. Due to reduced staff, Final Revocation Letters were never sent to the Driver or to the
company. Driver can now reapply after being released from Norton Medical (Return to Duty). Incident closed.
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Incident Date: 2/15/2010            Incident#: 1900          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE DRIVER
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
#4492 ISSUED NOV #10492 WITH $100 FINE AND SUSPENDED FOR 5 DAYS

021910RG-On February 18, 2010, OCTAP received a report from SSO A Media, OCSD/JWA officer. The report stated that on February 15,
2010, the officer stopped A Taxi Cab #806 at 7:35 pm at the JWA to perform a random inspection. The report stated that the cab was
being driven by an unpermitted driver, Mr. Naim Haeighaleshahi, whom admitted to the officer that he was denied an application by the
taxicab company due to his poor driving record. The report indicated that Mr. Haeighaleshahi had Driver Permit #4492, issued to Mr. Jala
Aghcheh, in his possession at the time he was operating the taxicab. The report stated that the officer confiscated the Driver Permit and
removed the Vehicle Permit from the rear window of cab #806. As a result of this violation, OCTAP has taken Adverse Administrative
Action against Mr. Aghcheh's Driver Permit #4492, as follows: 1) OCTAP will issue driver a Notice of Violation #10492 with a $100 fine. 2)
Driver's permit will be suspended for a period of 5 days immediately upon taken receipt of the suspension letter. All planned adverse
actions will be taken when driver comes into the OCTAP office to reinstate or transfer his driver permit.

070810RG-Driver came in today to reinstate his Driver Permit. Driver signed his 5 day suspension letter and was also issued his Notice of
Violation #10492 with $100 in fines. Driver can return to the OCTAP office on 071310 to pick up his reinstated Driver Permit (after his 5
days suspension) and has 30 days to pay his $100 fine unless appealed.

081010RG-Driver paid fine on this date. Incident closed.
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Incident Date: 2/15/2010            Incident#: 1901          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE DRIVER
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
#4065 ISSUED NOV #10491 WITH $100 FINE AND SUSPENDED FOR 5 DAYS

021910RG-On February 18, 2010, OCTAP received a report from SSO A Media, OCSD/JWA officer. The report stated that on February 15,
2010, the officer stopped A Taxi Cab #806 at 7:35 pm at the JWA to perform a random inspection. The report stated that the cab was
being driven by an unpermitted driver, Mr. Naim Haeighaleshahi, whom admitted to the officer that he was denied an application by the
taxicab company due to his poor driving record. The report indicated that Mr. Haeighaleshahi had Driver Permit #4065, issued to Mr.
Mohammad Meknat, in his possession at the time he was operating the taxicab. The report stated that the officer confiscated the Driver
Permit and removed the Vehicle Permit from the rear window of cab #806. As a result of this violation, OCTAP has taken Adverse
Administrative Action against Mr. Meknat's's Driver Permit #4065, as follows: 1) OCTAP will issue driver a Notice of Violation #10491 with
a $100 fine. 2) Driver's permit will be suspended for a period of 5 days immediately upon taken receipt of the suspension letter. All
planned adverse actions will be taken when driver comes into the OCTAP office to reinstate or transfer his driver permit.

022510RG-Driver came in to transfer from A Taxi Cab to ABC Ride Taxi. I accepted application and fee for the transfer. Driver signed the
five day suspension letter and the Notice of Violation #10491. I advised driver to come back on Tuesday, March 2, 2010 and we will issue
his transfer permit. I also advised driver that the Notice of Violation with a $100 fine is due and payable immediately and will be
considered delinquent after 30 days (if not paid).

030210RG-Issued Transfer Permit for ABC Ride Taxi to driver after his five day suspension. Driver has until 032710 to pay the $100 fine or
revoke.

033010KS- Driver paid fine on this date. Money Order 09-161646238. Incident Closed.
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Incident Date: 2/27/2010             Incident#: 1910           Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:
DP #4230 SUSPENDED FOR HIT AND RUN UNTIL ADJUDICATION

030210RG-Driver is immediately suspended pending an Administrative Hearing for a Hit and Run incident which took place on 022710.
Faxed A Taxi Cab a suspension notice indicating that they must immediately driver from service.

030310RG-Mailed A Taxi Cab the suspension notice: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 5317.

030410RG-Driver came into the OCTAP office to pick up his Suspension letter and his notice of Administrative Hearing. Driver's
Administrative Hearing is scheduled for Thursday, March 11, 2010 at 0845 am.

030510RG-Received traffic report from Irvine PD. The collission report stated the following: After leaving the scene of the accident, DP
#4230 was contacted and eventually escorted back to the scene by an Irvine Police Officer. In the Traffic Collision Report, the driver
acknowledged knowing that he had initially impacted another vehicle and also acknowledged that he knew the requirements for the
mandatory exchange of information after a traffic collision. In summary, DP #4230 knew that he had collided with another vehicle, that he
must stop to exchange information, but chose rather to ignore the mandatory requirements, proceeding to pick up a fare instead. DP
#4230 proceeded back to the scene only after being directed to do so by his company and by the Irvine Police Department. The traffic
collission report stated and recommended that due to the driver’s actions, that DP #4230 be charged with VC 20002(A)-Hit and Run.

031810RG-The results of the Administrative Hearing is as follows:

1. Driver Permit will remain suspended pending the District Attorney’s decision to file charges.

2(a). If no charges are filed, OCTAP will reissue Driver Permit (if not expired) with the applicable replacement fee, along with the issuance
of a warning notice and a $100 fine.

2(b). If charges are filed, Driver Permit will remain suspended pending adjudication; as follows:

(1) If found guilty and convicted, Driver Permit will be revoked under the applicable section of the OCTAP Regulations.

(2) If found not guilty, OCTAP will reissue Driver Permit (if not expired) with the applicable replacement fee, along with the issuance of a
warning notice and a $100 fine.

041310RG-I Spoke with Officer Ostrowski this afternoon. Officer Ostrowski stated that he received a notice from the District Attorney
stating that he would not file charges against DP #4230due to the fact that the woman could not positively identify the driver upon his
return to the scene; even though positive identification on the vehicle itself could be made. Officer Ostrowski is going to contact the DA
sometime tommorrow or Thursday to find out if anything can be done to justify filing charges, and he (Officer Ostrowski) will notify OCTAP
of the outcome no later than Thursday Afternoon or Friday morning. Also, I performed a case search on DP #4230 on the OC Superior
Court website, with no results concerning this case.

041410RG-Email received from Officer Ostrowski:
"Regarding the case of Hit and Run for DP #4230, the Orange County District Attorneys Office is choosing not file the hit and run charges.
The witness/victim inability to identify DP #4230 as the other driver, and the fact that DP #4230 returned to the Irvine Police Dept after he
was contacted by his dispatch is the reason for not filing. They do not feel comfortable with the case if it went to court so they are
choosing not to file. I attempted to persuade the DA due to the fact DP #4230 is a professional driver and knows he has to exchange
information per OCTAP regulations as well as the fact he left so he could pick up a fair putting his financial gain ahead of his responsibility
to exchange information with the vehicle he hit. That being said the DA is still choosing not to file. If you have any questions fell free to
contact me. Ofc. Christopher Ostrowski/282, Irvine Police Dept, 949-724-7000"

Per Patrick Sampson, we will allow the driver to renew his permit and will will issue driver a Notice of Violation with a $100 fine. Driver
must pay fine before his renewal permit is issued.

041910RG-All paperwork is ready and in Driver's file. Driver will be issued the Notice of Violation #10-005 when he applies for his renewal
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Driver permit. The fine must be paid before we can issue his permit to his company.

083110RG-Driver reapplied for a Driver Permit on this date. Issued driver the Notice of Violation #10-005 and the driver paid the $100
fine. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.

Incident Date: 6/3/2010             Incident#: 1997          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
#4770 FOSTER REVOKED FOR 060310 POSITIVE TEST - METHAMPHETAMINES

070610RG-Driver revoked for positive drug test on 060310/received notification from Norton Medical. Sent driver two revocation letters
along with the required appeals request form and procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 6505. Also sent A Taxi
Cab two revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 6512. Awaiting appeals request from driver.

083110RG-Driver did not appeal, sent driver and company two Final Revocation Letters:
Driver: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 6987.
Company: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 9575.

Incident closed.
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Incident Date: 7/30/2010           Incident#: 2015          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:    SANTA ANA TRAIN STATION
WRITTEN WARNING #10-034 ISSUED TO DP #625 FOR COVERING DP FIELDS

073010RG- On Friday, July 30, 2010, Driver Permit #625, was seen by OCTAP Staff (6320) at the Santa Ana Train Station covering his name
and permit number on his displayed driver permit inside the vehicle (A Taxi Cab #539). I informed the driver of the regulation that
prohibits such action; with the exception of the CDL number which can be hidden in a temporary manner. Issued driver written warning
#10-034 for violation of section 8.10.3.
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Incident Date: 10/5/2010            Incident#: 2046          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:    HARBOR BLVD/WOODBURY RD
DRIVER PERMIT SUSPENDED

100610BT-On 100110, received termination notice from Norton Medical regarding DP#3973. On 100610, Faxed notice of suspension to
comapany (A Taxi Cab). After 2 to 3 hours, received verification from Norton Medical that this driver was okay and is back on the program.
Faxed notice to company to reverse the suspension. File in driver folder.
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Incident Date: 11/10/2010          Incident#: 2075         Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
DP #2375 ISSUED WW #10-008 FOR 6.14.1, 8.9.1 - VEHICLE CONDITION

111010RG-Issued driver a written warning #10-008 for violations of OCTAP Regulations Sections 6.14.1 and 8.9.1. The driver compartment
in Taxicab #502 was very dirty and cluttered. Advised driver that his vehicle must meet minimum requirements at all times. No further
action is required at this time. Incident closed.
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Incident Date: 10/31/2010           Incident#: 2076           Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE DRIVER
Incident Location:
DP#4476 ISSUED NOV #10-037 WITH $100 FINE; UNPERMITTED DRIVER

The OCTAP Regulations Section 6.7 states that each Driver Permit issued by OCTAP shall be valid only for the Driver to operate a Taxicab
for the Permittee indicated on the Driver Permit. No Driver may operate a Taxicab for a Company other than the Company listed on the
Driver's Driver Permit.
The OCTAP Regulations Section 6.14.7 states that A Driver Permit may be suspended or revoked by the OCTAP Administrator for
Notification of any matter requiring such action by OCTAP. The OCTAP Regulations Section 6.15 states that In lieu of revocation, the
OCTAP Administrator may impose a penalty in the form of a fine, a period of suspension, or both a fine and a period of suspension.

OCTAP Received notification from A Taxi Cab that on October 31, 2010, driver allowed operation of his taxicab by a Driver (DP #3344, who
is not permitted or affiliated with A Taxi Cab. This action jeopardized the health, welfare, and safety of the public and was in violation of
driver's company’s vehicle leasing policy and a violation of the OCTAP Regulations 6.14.1.

As a result, driver was issued a Notice of Violation #10-037 with a $100 fine. Driver mailed the Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2)
certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 9645. Driver must pay fine before a reinstatement, transfer, or renewal permit can be issued.

120210RG-Received personal check from driver in the amount of $100. However, OCTAP cannot process personal checks. Called driver
(voice mail, left message) on this date to inform him that he will have to provide a money order as payment and that I would put his check
in the safe and that it would be returned to him when he brings the money order. Driver can reinstate or transfer at any time once the
fine is paid and processed; but not before.

121310RG-Called driver again and left voice message. Reminded driver that he would still need to bring in the $100 money order to pay
the fine and so that we can close up the incident. I also again informed driver that he is not allowed a permit until paid; and that payment
should be made within the next week to avoid further administrative action in the form of revocation, if such action is taken.

122210RG-Driver paid $100 fine on this date. No further action is required. Incident closed.
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Incident Date: 1/13/2011           Incident#: 2108         Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION - Driver
Incident Location:    OCTAP
A Taxi Cab DRIVER PERMIT SUSPENDED DUE TO BEING DROPPED FROM NORTON MEDICAL

Mr. Satish Pandhoh's permit (#4156) was suspended for 14 days starting January 13th, 2011, pending reinstatement of his Norton Medical
Drug and Alcohol random test program or final revocation and disqualification for one year thereafter. This suspension notice carries a
$100 penalty that must be paid whether reinstatement occurs or not. Notification was sent out to Mr. Pandhoh by registered mail (#7004
2510 0002 8760 8051) and regular mail. A notice was also sent to his place of employment (A Taxi Cab) via regular mail.
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Incident Date: 1/21/2011            Incident#: 2122          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE DRIVER
Incident Location:    IRVINE TRAIN STATION/IRVINE METROLINK
JAN 2011 - DP #4974 ISSUED NOV #10-083 FOR NOT DISPLAYING DP

012511RG-On 012111 at approx 1520, driver was approached by OCTAP Staff (RG) at the irvine Train Station. Driver Permit was displayed
on the sun visor; which is not an acceptable location due to the fact that the permit cannot be easily viewed by passengers or law
enforcement. Issued driver Notice of Violation #10-083 with a $50 fine. Driver must pay within 30 days of receipt or further administrative
actions will be initiated. Sent driver two copies of the Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7008 0500 0002 0322 2380.

022811RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required. Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 2/22/2011            Incident#: 2160           Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
FEB 2011 - DP #4667 REVOKED FOR 022011 POSITIVE DRUG TEST/REFUSAL

022411RG-OCTAP Regulations, Section 6.14.6 states that a Driver Permit shall be revoked for a positive drug/alcohol screening test or
failure to submit to random testing pursuant to the Drug and Alcohol Certification Program required in Section 5.2.2. On February 23,
2011, OCTAP received a POSITIVE Controlled Substance Test Results Report from Norton Medical with a drug screen date of February 22,
2011. The POSITIVE result is due to driver's failure to submit to random testing when directed by his taxicab company on Sunday, February
20, 2011. Additional and admissible information indicates that driver did not proceed to the clinic to fulfill the random test until Tuesday,
February 22, 2011. Failure to immediately proceed to a prescribed clinic to fulfill a random test is considered as a positive result. As a
result, driver's OCTAP Driver Permit #4667 is REVOKED.

Driver was hand delivered (at the OCTAP Office) his REVOCATION letter along with the required appeals request form and procedures.
Driver has 10 days to appeal.

022411RG-Driver submitted appeals request on this date. Driver was sent two appeals hearing schedule letters along with the required
appeals procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 8955. Driver's appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, March
10, 2011 at 10:30 am.

032211RG-The decision of the appeals hearing panel is as follows:

The OCTAP Administrator’s REVOCATION of Appellant’s Driver Permit is upheld. OCTAP shall not issue an OCTAP Driver’s Permit to
Appellant under any condition at this time. Appellant shall be eligible to reapply after March 10, 2011. Driver was sent two copies of the
appeals hearing schedule letter: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 9334. Driver may reapply at any time.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 2/18/2011            Incident#: 2164           Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:     5 FREEWAY AT EL TORO ROAD EXIT
MAR 2011 - DP #4771 - ADMIN HEARING - ISSUED WW #10-082/NO SIGNS

030311RG-Driver was issued a written warning #10-082 for the following violations:

6.14.1. Failure to comply with the applicable provisions (including timeliness of submissions) of the OCTAP Regulations.
8.10.3. If a driver is operating an out of service vehicle, "Not in Service" signs must be displayed.

On Friday, February 18, 2011 at approximately 1:00 pm, OCTAP Code Administrators observed driver operating A Taxi Cab #851on the 5
Freeway near El Toro Road. The Code Administrators observed a passenger in the back seat, the meter was not activated, the driver
permit was not displayed, and there was no "Not in Service" signs in the vehicle. On February 24, 2011, the Deputy OCTAP Administrator
called driver for an Administrative Hearing to determine the facts of the incident. Driver stated during the hearing that he was
transporting family members, and was not operating the taxicab in service. As a result of the Administrative Hearing, driver is issued this
written warning for operating an out of service taxicab without the required "Not in Service" signs. This written warning serves as notice
that any future violations may result in further administrative actions against driver's driver permit; up to and including revocation.

Sent driver two copies of the Written Warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 8986. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 3/25/2011             Incident#: 2174           Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:     GARDEN GROVE RESORT AREA
MAR 2011 - DP #4596 ISSUED WW #10-092 FOR NO POI AND REGISTRATION

032811RG-On March 25, 2011 at approximately 10:25 am in the Garden Grove Resort Area, driver was approached by OCTAP inspector
and asked for valid vehicle registration and proof of insurance as required in the OCTAP Regulations and the California Vehicle Code.
Driver failed to
present these required documents due to the fact that they were not in his possession. This written warning serves as notice that any
future violations may subject driver to further administrative actions; up to and including revocation of his driver permit.

Sent driver two copies of the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 9003.

No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 3/25/2011             Incident#: 2177          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:     GARDEN GROVE RESORT AREA
MARCH 2011 - DP #4596 ISSUED WW #10-092 FOR NO REGISTRATION/POI

032811RG-On March 25, 2011 at approximately 10:25 am in the Garden Grove Resort Area, driver was approached by OCTAP inspector
(JG) and asked for valid vehicle registration and proof of insurance as required in the OCTAP Regulations and the California Vehicle Code.
Driver failed to present these required documents due to the fact that they were not in his possession. This written warning serves as
notice that any future violations may subject driver to further administrative actions; up to and including revocation of his driver permit.

Driver issued written warning #10-092 for violations of the OCTAP Regulations: (1) Section 6.14.1 - Failure to comply with the OCTAP
Regs. (2) Section 8.17 - No proof of insurance in possession. (3) Section 8.26 - No registration in possession.

Sent driver two copies of the written warning #10-092: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 9003. No further action is
required. Incident closed.

060111RG-Received certified letter back UNCLAIMED. Verified mailing address with driver's application; OK. I also attempted to call the
driver using the phone number provided on his application; the voice message indicated that no messages can be left. UNCLAIMED letter
in driver file. Regular copy may have been received.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 3/5/2011              Incident#: 2178          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION DRIVER
Incident Location:
MAR 2011 - ADMIN HEARING FOR DP #5302 FOR REPORT OF KIDNAPPING

032811RG-An Administrative Hearing was scheduled and conducted on March 24, 2011. The reason for the hearing was to fulfill due
process, as outlined in the OCTAP Regulations, regarding the following incident:

On March 16, 2011, OCTAP received a Preliminary Kidnapping Investigation Report from the Newport Beach Police Department. The
report indicates that on March 5, 2011 while driving A Taxi Cab# 563, driver detained a passenger inside her taxicab, against her will, for
the purpose of resolving a fare dispute.

The result of the Administrative Hearing is that the Administrator concluded that driver’s intent was not one of malice, and that she does
not pose an immediate threat to public safety. Driver may retain her Driver Permit at this time. However, if charges of KIDNAPPING (or
equivalent) are filed, OCTAP will be required to suspend driver’s Driver Permit until the charges are adjudicated.

Sent driver two copies of the Admin Hearing Decision letter: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 9525. No further action is
required at this time. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 5/4/2011              Incident#: 2199           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     RAVENSWOOD DR
MAY 2011 - DRIVER OF A TAXI #738 NOT ACCEPTING CREDIT CARDS; NO DP POSTED

050411RG-RP called and stated that the driver of A Taxi Cab #738: 1. Would not accept credit cards and had a "CASH ONLY" sign posted
on the inside of the taxicab (driver did eventually take RP's credit card). 2. Was not displaying his driver permit. Both are violations of the
OCTAP Regulations Sections 8.10.3 and 9.8. After speaking with A Taxi management, found driver to be: Ricardo Crisantos, DP #4646. RP
also provided photos of the inside of the taxicab.

To A Taxi Cab management: Please investigate and forward the results of your investigations to OCTAP. Thank you.

012612RG-Received a response from Bill Gray, A Taxi Cab. The response indicates the the driver was reprimanded for poor perception of
service and the driver's reluctance to accept credit cards. The response also indicated the driver's lease was being terminated for other
violations of company policies and the OCTAP Regulations.

Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 4/27/2011            Incident#: 2226          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
MAY 2011 - DP #2666 REVOKED FOR ALLOWING OP OF HIS CAB AND ALTERED DP

050311RG-OCTAP received a report from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) that on April 27, 2011 at approximately 0630
hours, A Taxi Cab #806 was stopped for a random inspection, by an OCSD Officer, at the John Wayne Airport during the JWA Enforcement
Operation. The report indicates that the cab was being driven by a DP #2666, who has not applied for nor has been issued an OCTAP
Driver Permit. The OCSD Report indicates that DP #2666 was in possession of Driver Permit #2666 and that the permit had been altered
that would falsely identify DP #2666 as an OCTAP permitted driver. DP #2666 stated to the officer that he is driver's brother and that he
drives his taxi on Alfredo's days off so he can make extra money. Also, A Taxi Cab confirmed that cab #806 was leased to Alfredo on April
27, 2011 and that the lease agreement did not allow for additional drivers.

Driver's actions to allow operation of his taxi cab by an individual who does not possess an OCTAP Driver Permit, has not been cleared with
the Department of Justice and local municipalities, is not subject to random drug and alcohol testing, and has not been approved by his
company’s insurance carrier caused an undue risk to the health, welfare, and safety of the public. As a result, OCTAP Driver Permit #2666
is hereby REVOKED.

050311RG-Driver was hand-delivered a copy of the REVOCATION letter on this date, along with the required appeals hearing request form
and procedures.

050311RG-Driver submitted an appeals request to OCTAP on this date. Driver was then hand-delivered a copy of the Appeals Hearing
Schedule Letter indicating the date/time/location of the appeals hearing; scheduled for Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 1030 am.

052611RG-The Appeals Panel upheld the revocation of driver's OCTAP Driver Permit. OCTAP shall not issue a permit to driver for any
reason and under any condition at this time.

052611RG-Driver was hand-delivered a copy of the Appeals Hearing Decision Letter and a copy of the Final REVOCATION letter. No further
action is required by OCTAP on this date. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 7/8/2011              Incident#: 2236            Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     GARDEN GROVE MARRIOTT
JUL 2011 - DP #5706 ISSUED #10-210 WITH $50 FINE/NOT DISPLAYING DP

072211RG-On Friday, July 8, 2011 at 11:20 am, you were stopped at the Garden Grove Marriott in the City of Garden Grove by an OCTAP
Code Administrator for the purpose of performing a random inspection on your vehicle. During the random inspection, the code
administrator observed that you were not displaying your Driver Permit so as to be easily visible by passengers and law enforcement, as
required in the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3. As a result of this violation of the OCTAP Regulations, this Notice of Violation, with a
$50 fine, is hereby issued to you. Please ensure that the fine is paid within 30 days of this notice to avoid further actions by OCTAP, up to
and including the revocation of your driver permit. Also, this Notice of Violation serves as notice that any future violations of the OCTAP
Regulations may result in Adverse Administrative Actions.

Notice of Violation in for review and approval. Not yet sent.

090211RG-Sent driver notice of violation #10-210 with $50 fine: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0843. Driver has 30
days to pay fine.

092211RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 7/8/2011              Incident#: 2243          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     HARBOR/MANCHESTER
JUL 2011 - DP #5184 ISSUED #10-216 WITH $50 FINE/NOT DISPLAYING DP

072311RG-On Friday, July 8, 2011 at 9:10 pm, you were stopped in the City of Anaheim by an Orange County Sheriff's Deputy for the
purpose of performing a random inspection on your vehicle. During the random inspection, the Deputy observed that you were not
displaying your Driver Permit so as to be easily visible by passengers and law enforcement, as required in the OCTAP Regulations Sections
6.8 and 8.10.3. As a result of this violation of the OCTAP Regulations, this Notice of Violation, with a $50 fine, is hereby issued to you.
Please ensure that the fine is paid within 30 days of this notice to avoid further actions by OCTAP, up to and including the revocation of
your driver permit. Also, this Notice of Violation serves as notice that any
future violations of the OCTAP Regulations may result in Adverse Administrative Actions.

Notice of Violation in for review. Not yet sent.

090211RG-Sent driver notice of violation #10-216 with $50 fine: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0782. Driver has 30
days to pay fine.

091211RG-Received personal check from driver for file. Called driver and informed him that we need payment in the form of a money
order or cashiers check. Driver stated that he would bring in the money order in a day or two. I also informed him that his personal check
would be in his file and will be returned to him when he brings in the money order.

091511RG-Driver paid fine on this date. Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 8/24/2011            Incident#: 2253          Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:     JWA
AUG 2011 - DP #5712 ISSUED WARNING #10-220 FOR VIOL OF SEC 6.9

082411RG-Driver was in possession of another driver's permit (5711) at the JWA on 082411 during enforcement. Issued driver a written
warning #10-220 for violations of Sections 6.14.1 and 6.9. Driver came to the office on this date and signed his warning. No further action
is required at this point. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 8/24/2011            Incident#: 2254           Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:     JWA
AUG 2011 - DP #5711 ISSUED WARNING #10-219 FOR VIOL OF SECTION 6.9

082411RG-Another driver was in possession of herr driver permit (5712) at the JWA on 082411 during enforcement and confiscated.
Issued driver a written warning #10-219 for violations of Sections 6.14.1 and 6.9. Driver came to the office on this date to pick up her
permit and signed her warning. No further action is required at this point. Incident closed.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 11/21/2011            Incident#: 2332       Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
JAN 2012 - DP #4893 REVOKED FOR POSITIVE RANDOM DRUG FOR REFUSAL TO TEST

010412RG-Driver permit revoked due to refusal to random test on 112111. Driver was sent two revocation letters along with the required
appeals hearing request form and procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5474. A Taxi Cab was faxed a
revocation notice on 120911.

Driver has until 011412 to appeal.

Incident closed.

011112RG-Incident reopended. Driver submitted appeals request on this date. Sent driver two appeals hearing scheduled notices: 1)
regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5665. Appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, February 9, 2012 at 1030 am.

020912RG-The decision of the appeals panel was that the REVOCATION of DP# 4893's Driver Permit is upheld. Driver cannot reapply for a
Driver Permit until 12 months from the date of revocation, January 4, 2012. Driver may reapply on or after January 4, 2013.

022112RG-Sent driver two Appeals Hearing Decision Letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5719.

Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 12/7/2011            Incident#: 2338          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
DEC 2011 - DP #4862 ISSUED VIOLATION #10-112 FOR NOT DISPLAYING PERMIT

122911RG-Driver issued Notice of Violation #10-112 with a $50 fine for not displaying his driver permit at the JWA. Sent driver two
violation notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5627. Must pay by 021312 or appeal by 012312.

021312rg-Fine paid on this date. Incident closed.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 12/7/2011           Incident#: 2339          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
DEC 2011 - DP #2965 ISSUED VIOLATION #10-115 WITH $100 FINE; NO REGISTRATION/POI

122911RG-Driver Notice of Violation #10-115 with a $100 fine for no current registration or proof of insurance at the JWA. Sent driver two
violation notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5610. Must pay by 021312 or appeal by 012312.

021312RG-Driver paid fine on this date. Incident closed.
                                           OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                  A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 12/4/2011             Incident#: 2343          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     CIVIC CENTER PLAZA
DEC 2011 - DP #5463 ISSUED VIOLATION #10-121 WITH $50 FINE FOR NOT DISPLAYING PERMIT

122911RG-Driver issued Notice of Violation #10-121 with a $50 fine for not displaying his driver permit at the civic center in Irvine. Sent
driver two violation notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5566. Must pay by 021312 or appeal by 012312.

012312RG-Fine paid on this date. Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 12/7/2011            Incident#: 2352           Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     JWA
JAN 2012 - DRIVER ISSUED #10-126 W/$50 FINE FOR NOT DISPLAYING PERMIT

013112RG-Driver was caught at JWA during enforcement on 120711 not displaying Driver Permit. Issued Notice of Violation #10-126 with
a $50 fine.

021312RG-Sent driver two notice of violations: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 7812. Driver has until 022712 to
appeal and 031512 to pay fine.

022812RG-Driver submitted his appeals request on this date. Will send driver an appeals hearing schedule letter. Fine is stayed until
determination on appeals.

030212RG-Sent driver two Appeals Hearing Schedule Letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 6129. Driver's requested
appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 0930.

042612RG-On April 12, 2012, an appeals hearing was held at the Orange County Taxi Administration (OCTAP) offices, concerning the
Notice of Violation #10-126 and $50 fine issued by OCTAP. Because driver failed to appear for the hearing and present his case, the
appeals committee, consisting of representatives from member agency cities, has upheld the violation and fine, in the amount of $50.
Driver has 30 days from the date of the hearing, or until May 14, 2012, to pay the fine to avoid further administrative actions; up to and
including revocation.

Sent driver two copies of the appeals hearing decision letter: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 8987.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 12/7/2011           Incident#: 2353          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
JAN 2012 - DP #5848 ISSUED #10-124 WITH $100 FINE FOR NO PROOF OF INSURANCE

013112RG-Driver was caught at JWA during enforcement for no proof of insurance in vehicle.

021312RG-Issued Notice of Violation #10-124 with a $100 fine. Sent driver two notice of violations: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010
3090 0000 4912 7829. Driver has until 022712 to appeal and 031512 to pay fine.

022212RG-Driver paid fine on this date. Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 2/15/2012            Incident#: 2359           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     7900 GARDEN GROVE BLVD
FEB 2012 - DRIVER OF A TAXI CAB #591 REFUSED TO TRANSPORT ELDERLY GENTLEMAN

OCTAP Regulations Section 9.12 states that a company shall have a policy in place to receive complaints. The complaint policy must
contain a mechanism for receiving complaints, investigation, and final resolution of complaints, as well as corrective actions. All
complaints must be responded to in an expedient, responsible, and professional manner.

SUMMARY OF INCIDENT

021712RG-OCTAP received the following incident through the Orange County Health and Human Services 211 system: "Mr. Edward
Adamson was assisting 81 year old Hope Johnson. After Ms. Johnson was in the cab the driver said, "Get out, I’m not going to take you.
You need s special cab. The cab number is #591, company is 1-800- 4 My Taxi. Mr. Adamson called right away and spoke to Brenda. She
said he needed to speak with Bill. After multiple calls and being told Bill was in meetings and then gone to lunch, Mr. Adamson called 211
to file a complaint and was referred to me. He and Ms. Johnson took Yellow Cab to several locations at a cost of $60."

Per Jim Carlson, A Taxi Cab Manager, cab #591 was leased to two drivers on the date of the incident: 1) DP #587, 2) DP #609, .

Brief Driver Description: Male with beard, East Indian.

To A Taxi Cab management: Please investigate this incident and forward the results of that investigation to this office by 02-24-12.

Entered and logged by R. Girard, OCTAP Code Administrator.

022412BT-Received letter of response from William Gray via e-mail detailing the outcome of their investigation. Per the letter, A Taxi will
be happy to refund this customer ans an appology to the customer and would like to make contact with the said customer.
                                        OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                               A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 3/28/2012           Incident#: 2380         Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
APR 2012 - DRIVER ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10-163 FOR VIOL OF 8.10.3, NOT POSTING DP

042612RG-Driver issued and sent two copies of written warning #10-163 for not displaying DP properly at the JWA on March 28, 2012: 1)
regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 8765.

Driver was operating A Taxi Cab #578, VP #6740.

Incident closed.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 3/28/2012           Incident#: 2381          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
APR 2012 - DRIVER ISSUED NOV #10-162 WITH $50 FINE FOR NOT DISPLAYING DRIVER PERMIT

042612RG-Driver was issued two copies of Notice of Violation #10-162 with a $50 fine for not displaying his permit; which he had located
on the driver's side sun visor. This incident occurred on 032812 at the JWA: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 8758.
Driver has until 050712 to appeal and until 052812 to pay the fine.

050412RG-Fine was paid on this date. Incident closed.
                                          OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                 A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 4/12/2012            Incident#: 2386          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     ORANGETHORPE AVE
MAY 2012 - ISSUED VIOLATION #10-180 WITH $50 FINE FOR NOT DISPLAYING DRIVER PERMIT

050912RG-Driver was issued notice of violation #10-180, with a $50 fine.

Driver was stopped in the City of Fullerton on April 12, 2012 at 1210 on Orangethorpe Ave. A random inspection was performed by Officer
L. Ledbetter. The inspection FAILED IN SERVICE and the driver was not displaying his Driver Permit; but rather had it on the passenger side
sun visor.

Sent driver two copies of the Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 9014. Driver has until 052112 to
appeal and or until 061312 to appeal.

052212RG-Driver paid fine on this date via regular mail. Incident closed.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 5/18/2012           Incident#: 2390          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
MAY 2012 - DRIVER REVOKED FOR POSITIVE DRUG TEST/REFUSAL TO TEST

052112RG-Driver REVOKED for a positive drug test/refusal to test result received from Norton Medical on 052112. Faxed revocation letter
to company; also mailed revocation notice to company: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 9090. Sent driver two
revocation notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 9106. Driver has until 060412 to appeal.

052212RG-Sent A Taxi Cab (Mike, Jim) an email requesting information concerning the random test; in driver file.
                                         OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                                                A TAXI CAB
Incident Date: 12/7/2011           Incident#: 2391          Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
FEB 2012 - DRIVER ISSUED WARNING #10-111 FOR ANOTHER DRIVER IN POSSESSION OF DP

022212RG-Warning #10-111 issued to driver for another driver being in possession of his driver permit. Driver was hand-delivered the
warning on this date; which he signed and dated.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 6/20/2007            Incident#: 1627           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     CONVENTION WAY
ISSUED NOTICE OF VIOLATION

080807RG-OCTAP received notification from the City of Anaheim that DP #687 was driving a taxicab, CABCO #634 with a suspended
driver's license and an expired OCTAP Driver Permit. The taxicab belongs to DP #686. CABCO Management notified OCTAP that DP 687
was terminated from their company in February 2007, and that Konstantinos Karafotis was instructed to not allow his son to drive his
taxicab; that driver must be the sole operator of taxicab #634.

CABCO notified OCTAP on July 17, 2007 that due to this incident in Anaheim, that DP# 687 was now being terminated from employment
and is no longer authorized to operate a taxicab for California Yellow Cab. Both drivers have since transferred (renewed) with 24/7 Yellow
Cab.

On July 07, 2007, OCTAP issued DP# 687 a Notice of Violation #10357 for violation of the OCTAP Regulations Section 6.15.1 (Failure to
comply with the applicable provisions of the OCTAP Regulations) with a $100 fine. DP# 687 appealed the Notice of Violation #10357,
submitting his appeals form to OCTAP on July 30, 2007. Dp# 687 was hand delivered an Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter on July 30, 2007.
DP 687 appeals hearing is set for August 9, 2007 at 0930 am.

Per the OCTAP Administrator, the driver was issued a Conditional renewal permit on this date; pending the outcome of his requested
appeals hearing and/or payment of the fine.

082307RG-The hearing panel on 080907 unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for issuing the Notice of Violation #10357; thus the
adverse action taken by the OCTAP Administrator against the driver's Driver Permit, in the form of a Notice of Violation (with fine), is
upheld. Appellant has 30 days to pay the fine from the date of the citation. Failure to do so will result in the revocation of appellant’s
Driver Permit. Sent driver two copies of the Appeals Hearing Decision Letter: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 6164.
Will keep incident open until fine is paid.

091007RG-Driver paid the $100 fine. Issued the driver a regular Driver Permit (not conditional). Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 7/26/2007             Incident#: 1636          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
REVOKED FOR FAILURE TO SUBMIT TO RANDOM TESTING

090607RG-OCTAP Regulation Section 6.15.6. states that a Driver Permit may be suspended or revoked by the OCTAP Administrator for a
positive drug/alcohol screening test or failure to submit to random testing pursuant to the Drug and Alcohol Certification Program
required in Section 5.2.2. OCTAP has been notified by Norton Medical Industries that driver refused to submit to a random drug test on
July 26, 2007. Refusing to submit to a random drug test is considered as a positive drug result. Issued driver a revocation letter: 1)
regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 5440. Also sent CABCO two revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750
0001 2821 5457. Awaiting appeals request from driver.

090607RG-Driver submitted his appeals form. Will schedule for hearing.

092507RG-Driver's appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, November 8, 2007 at 0900. Sent driver two appeals hearing schedule
letters, along with appeals procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5130 3615.

110707RG-DP #3408 son, (Uduak) called today to inform OCTAP that his father DP #3408 was in the emergency room at Mercy South
West Hospital in Bakersfield; and that DP #3408 will not be able to attend his scheduled appeals hearing on 110807. Will require proof, or
request in writing (after the fact) to put in file. Informed the driver's son that OCTAP will grant a continuance until the December appeals
hearing. Contact number given bythe son: 1-562-818-1500.

110807RG-DP #3408 called at approx 0800, to inform OCTAP that he will not be able to attend the appeals hearing because he is still in the
hospital. I informed DP #3408 that he will be granted a continuance. Sent DP #3408 two copies of the Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter
(continuance), along with the required appeals procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 6270.

112907RG-Due to a meeting with Norton Medical, appeals hearing for December is cancelled. Driver has been rescheduled for January 10,
2008 at 0930. Sent driver two Revised Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter, along with the appeals procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified
#7004 0750 0001 2821 6331. Will also call driver to give him a verbal/done.

020408RG-The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for revocation of appellant’s OCTAP Driver Permit. OCTAP Shall
not issue appellant an OCTAP Driver’s Permit under any conditions at this time. Appellant shall be eligible to reapply for a Driver Permit six
(6) months from the date of the refused test; on or after January 27, 2008. Sent driver two copies of the appeals hearing decision letter:
1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 6638. Due to the fact that the driver can already reapply, final revocation letters were
not sent to the company. Driver can reapply at any time with a negative return to duty test. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 10/8/2007            Incident#: 1650           Incident Type: Driver - ADMINISTRATIVE FINE
Incident Location:     VENADO MIDDLE SCHOOL
ISSUED NOTICE OF VIOLATION #10340 FOR NOT DISPLAYING PERMIT

101707RG-On October 8, 2007, DP# 240 was stopped in the city of Irvine by Officer Lance Maples. Officer Maples called me and stated
that the driver was not displaying his Driver Permit, even though he had a fare. The driver told the officer that he does not need to display
his driver permit because the fare was contracted privately through the Irvine Unified School District. I informed Officer Maples that if the
driver is operating a taxicab, that he must display his driver permit, unless he is displaying "Not in Service" signs in the windows. Officer
Maples emailed me the information regarding the incident. Issued DP# 240t a Notice of Violation #10340, with a $50 fine, for violation of
the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3. Sent DP# 240 a certified letter regarding the incident, including his copies of the Notice of Violation,
to his home address: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5130 3813. DP# 240 has 30 days to pay the fine, unless sooner
appealed.

110507RG-Received, via mail, a personal check to pay the fun. Called driver and asked him to bring in a cc or money order by COB
110807. Personal check will be returned to driver once money order is received.
110707EP- Driver paid Adm. Fine on this date, m.o. #08-786676096 amt. $50., returned personal check to driver.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 11/14/2007          Incident#: 1670          Incident Type: Driver - ADMINISTRATIVE FINE
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
ISSUED NOTICE OF VIOLATION #10326 FOR NO DRIVER PERMIT

111407RG-111407RG-While performing random inspections/enforcement stops at the John Wayne Airport, noticed DP #707, CABCO, was
operating his taxicab #656, VP #6215 with no driver permit displayed and not in his possession (expired on 110207, no renewal in
progress). Issued DP #707 a Notice of Violation #10326 with a $50 fine for violation of the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3. Fine must be
paid within 30 days unless appealed. Vehicle permit #6215 was removed to ensure the driver does not continue to operate.

122607RG-Contacted DP #707 via cell phone that his fine is past due; and that it must be paid by COB today, 12/26/07, in order to avoid
further administraive actions. DP #707 acknowledged.
122607RG-Driver #707 paid his fine on this date. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 11/14/2007           Incident#: 1672           Incident Type: Driver - ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
DUPLICATE INCIDENT OF #1678 - ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING

THIS INCIDENT IS A DUPLICATE OF INCIDENT #1678.

111407RG-During the John Wayne Enforcement, noticed DP #37 operating his taxicab, CABCO #711, VP #6092 operating with an expired
registration. Issued driver a Notice of Violation #10287 for violation of the OCTAP Regulations Section 6.15.1 and Section 8.11. Driver is an
owner/operator.

Written warning still needs to be signed by DP #37

120307RG-DP #37 came into the OCTAP office to sign his written warning. Applicable copies given to driver. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 12/27/2007           Incident#: 1688          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
REVOKED FOR POSITIVE DRUG TEST - COCAINE

010408RG-OCTAP Regulations, Section 6.15.6 states that a Driver Permit may be suspended or revoked by the OCTAP Administrator for a
positive drug/alcohol screening test or failure to submit to random testing pursuant to the Drug and Alcohol Certification Program
required in Section 5.2.2.
OCTAP received driver's random Controlled Substance Test Results Report from Norton Medical, Drug screen date of December 27, 2007;
which indicates the driver tested positive for Cocaine. California Yellow Cab (CABCO Yellow, Inc.) was immediately notified, via telephone
with Tim Conlon, to remove the driver from service and to confiscate his OCTAP Driver Permit. Tim Conlon stated that he was already
aware of the positive test and that the driver was removed from service as soon as they were notified by Norton Medical.
010708RG-Sent driver two (2) revocation letters, along with the required appeals hearing requesting forms: 1) regular mail 2) certified
#7004 0750 0001 2821 6805. Also sent CABCO two (2) revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 6799. Lastly,
faxed a copy of the revocation letter to CABCO.

011508RG-Driver appealed revocation. Sent driver two (2) Appeals Hearing Schedule letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750
0001 2821 6775. Appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, March 13, 2008 at 0930.

031008RG-Appellant called on the OCTAP Main Line on 030708 at 1355 pm. Appellant stated in the message that he will not be attending
the appeals hearing on March 13, 2008, due to his beginning a new job. Driver will not be allowed to reapply for a driver permit for a
period of six months from the date of the positive test and upon being released from Norton Medical.

031208RG-Received a request from appellant, via fax, for a continuance to the April appeals hearing/Granted.

031308RG-Appellant has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 10, 2008 at 1030. Sent driver two Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter (Granted
Continuance); along with a copy of the appeals procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 7352.

040808RG-Received a fax from appellant cancelling his scheduled appeals hearing for 041008. Driver stated in letter that he will wait out
the six months required to reapply. Driver's appeals hearing is hereby cancelled.

052908RG-Sent driver two final denial letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7003 2260 0003 5051 6992. Driver may reapply on or after
June 27, 2008 after being cleared with Norton Medical.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 1/16/2008             Incident#: 1690          Incident Type: Driver - ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
Incident Location:     MIMI'S CAFÉ AT HARBOR BLVD AND MANCHESTER
ISSUED NOTICE OF VIOLATION #10345 FOR NON-COOPERATION

011608RG-Issued DP #2516, a Notice of Violation #10345 for violation of the OCTAP Regulations, Section 5.10.6, with a $250 fine. DP
#2516 was stopped at Mimi's Café on Harbor Blvd & Manchester on 011608 by Anaheim PD/Code Enforcement Officers (7:30 pm). The
driver was given instructions by Anaheim PD Officer(s), but would not comply with their requests. The driver became argumentative and
defient. Iain Fairweather, OCTAP Administrator, instructed OCTAP Staff to issue The driver a Notice of Violation for non-cooperation. The
driver signed the Notice of Violation #10345. Also awaiting supporting paperwork from Anaheim PD/Code Enforcement Officers.

012208RG-Mr. Baday came to the OCTAP Office to get an appeals form.

012308RG-Reissued The driver a new Notice of violation #10392. Reason: When the Notice of Violation #10345 was issued to the drivery,
it was indicated that the driver was in violation of Section 5.10.6, with a $250 fine. This Section of the OCTAP Regulations is to be used for
company violations, not driver. The new Notice of Violation #10392, issued on this date, correctly indicates that the driver was in violation
of the OCTAP Regulations, Section 6.15.4 (non-cooperation) with a $100 fine. I attempted to call Mr. Baday to have him come into the
OCTAP Office; but the number he provided on his permit application has been disconnected. Mailed driver the new Notice of Violation
#10392, along with a letter of explanation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 0750 0001 2821 6744. Will provide Mr. Baday copies if he
should happen to come in to submit his appeals request.

012308RG-The driver came in to the office to submit his appeals request. Asked the driver to sign the new Notice of Violation, and then
gave his copies.

012308RG-Mailed the driver two copies of the Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter. The driver's appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday,
April 10, 2008 at 0930 am.

020708RG-Again called Don Yourstone, Anaheim Code Enforcement, to ask for the supporting paperwork from himself or from the officer
involved with the incident concerning Mr. Baday.

042808RG-The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for the Issuance of the Notice of Violation #10392. However, due
to the fact that only hearsay evidence was presented (by OCTAP) with no supportive witnesses in attendance, the panel’s decision was to
uphold the appeal by the driver. The Notice of Violation #10392 is hereby dismissed/canceled. The Hearing Panel did want to remind the
driver to cooperate at all times with OCTAP inspectors, Agency peace officers, and/or Agency code enforcement officials per the OCTAP
Regulations Section 7.3.1; as follows: In addition to the initial and annual Taxicab inspection, all Taxicabs operated under OCTAP authority
shall submit to on the road or random inspections by OCTAP inspectors or Agency peace officers or Agency code enforcement officials
when so requested. Failure to submit to an inspection may result in suspension of the Taxicab Permit. The inspector shall complete a
random inspection report at the time of inspection which shall indicate what repairs, if any, need to be made to the Taxicab. Failure of any
critical component can be the basis of immediate placement of the vehicle into Not in Service status. One copy of the report shall be given
to the Driver. OCTAP shall mail a copy of the report to the Permittee to whom the vehicle is registered.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 6/11/2008            Incident#: 1741          Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:    FROM JWA TO LONG BEACH
CABCO DRIVER OVERCHARGED PASSENGER BY NOT TAKING DIRECT ROUTE

072308RG-RP called and stated that she took a California Yellow Cab #718 on the morning of June 11, 2008 from the John Wayne Airport
to Long Beach. RP stated that she was quoted $66-$74 for the trip, but was charged $84.85. RP stated that the driver did run the meter
and that she paid the metered amount; but that the driver did not take the most direct route to her destination. RP stated that she called
the company, but has not yet received a call back.

Driver description: Possibly Middle Eastern, Older, no head gear.

OK to give CABCO Management RP's name and phone number. Please keep in mind that this information is confidential.

072308RG-Faxed incident to the company on this date, for resolution.

081908@1400hrs, JG- RP called and she was upset because no one from OCTAP or the taxicab company has responded to her. I told her
that I was going to review his complaint and I will call her back. I called Tim Conlon, Manager for CABCO; he said that he did not receive
any information regarding the incident. I explained the nature of the incident to him and he told me that he would issue the $15.00
discrepancy to the RP. I told Mr. Conlon that I would call him back with the RP’s address.
@ 1425hrs, I spoke to the RP and told her that the taxicab company will be sending her the $15.00 re-imbursement, RP provided a mailing
address. 7751 Crystal Village Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89113. I also told the RP to call me back if she does not receive the check within few
weeks. RP was very happy and appreciative.

082008@1325hrs. JG- I spoke to Tim Conlon and gave him the RP’s mailing address. Mr. Conlon said that he would schedule it for
payment ASAP.

CASE CLOSED, JG, 082108.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 4/25/2009            Incident#: 1808          Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     NEWPORT BEACH/SANTA ANA NEAR JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
SUSPENDED FOR HIT AND RUN - FLEEING THE SCENE

042709RG-Driver was suspended pending an admin hearing per the OCTAP Regulations Section 6.14.10 and Section 6.15.2, concerning the
incident which took place on Saturday, April 25, 2009 where driver allegedly struck another vehicle with his taxicab.

The voice message received on this date at OCTAP by Irvine Police Officer Ostrowski stated that the driver struck the vehicle (after running
a red light) at McArthur Blvd and the John Wayne Airport and continued traveling without slowing down or without stopping to check on
the welfare of the occupants of the other vehicle. The message received stated that the damage to the front end of the other vehicle was
moderate to severe. The message stated that the driver was pursued by witnesses and that he were eventually apprehended by police and
charged with Hit and Run.

Driver came into the OCTAP Office to surrender his OCTAP Driver Permit. I informed driver that he would be contacted with a
date/time/location of an administrative hearing. I called driver and informed him that his Admin Hearing will be scheduled for Wed, April
29, 2009 at 1000 am. I asked the driver to come in to the office on 042809 to sign the paperwork. Driver stated that he would come into
the office as directed.

042809RG-DP# 4649 came into the OCTAP office and signed his Suspension/Notice of Admin Hearing Letter. Made a copy of the letter for
driver file and gave original letter to driver. Driver was fully informed on the date/time/location of the admin hearing (042909).

043009RG-As a result of the Administrative Hearing from 042909, DP# 4362 will remain SUSPENDED until the adjudication and final
disposition of the case. Full restitution to the other vehicle’s occupant’s/owner may allow for reassessment of this decision. Sent driver
two Admin Hearing Decision Letters, with the required appeals forms: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7008 0500 0002 0322 1673. Also sent
additional suspension notices to CABCO: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7008 0500 0002 0322 1796.

050409RG-Driver submitted appeals request.

050609RG-Sent driver two Appeals Hearing Schedule Letters, along with appeals procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7008 0500
0002 0322 1802. Driver's Appeals Hearing is scheduled for Thursday, June 11, 2009 at 0930.

062509RG-The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for the SUSPENSION of DP# 4362. Therefore, the OCTAP
Administrator’s SUSPENSION of Appellant’s Driver Permit is upheld. OCTAP shall not issue an OCTAP Driver’s Permit to Appellant under
any condition at this time. Also, Appellant’s Driver Permit shall be suspended for a period of six (6) months starting on June 11, 2009.
Driver may reapply on or after December 11, 2009.

080509JG- Driver requested a copy of the suspension letter and the copy of the Appeals Hearing decision mailed to a different address.
Copy of the letters was mailed on 080609 via certified mail, RRR, article # 1664, to 12313 Valley View, Whittier, Ca. 90604.

082009RG-Drive came in to pick up a copy of his Appeals Hearing Decision Letter. Driver signed and dated. I explained to the driver that
he can reapply on or after December 11, 2009 and that he should take new drug and alcohol tests a week or so before coming in. Driver
permit will be reinstated when he does come back.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 4/15/2009            Incident#: 1809          Incident Type: Driver - ADMINISTRATIVE FINE
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
ISSUED NOTICE OF VIOLATION #10429 FOR DRIVING WITH SUSPENDED CDL

041509RG-DP# 4362 was stopped at the John Wayne Airport on this date during enforcement. DP# 4362 CDL was run by OC Sheriff's
Deputies and found to be suspended since 012809. DP# 4362 was confiscated and Vehicle Permit #4362 from CABCO #628 was
removed/surrendered.

Driver came into the OCTAP Office with an Interim Driver Permit. Driver stated that his CDL had been suspended due to Failure To Appear
for Traffic violations. OCTAP issued driver an Interim Driver Permit which will expire on 061809.

Also issued driver a notice of violation #10429 for violation of the OCTAP Regulation, Section 6.15.1-Failure to comply with the applicable
provisions of the OCTAP Regulations due to knowingly driving on a suspended CDL. Notice of violation issued to the driver has a $100 fine,
that must be paid within 30 days of receipt of the notice of violation.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 4/29/2009           Incident#: 1810          Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:    OCTAP OFFICE
COMPLAINED ABOUT INSPECTION RESULTS

042909RG-DP# 726 brought in vehicle #714 for annual inspection. I found multiple minor items that would require a reinspection. I
respectfully advised DP# 726 that his vehicle would require a reinspection and he became very angry. At first he refused to sign the
inspection sheet, but did so when I indicated that I would be removing the Vehicle Permit. I explained to DP# 726 that his inspection was
performed fairly and that any vehicle which has more than three minor defects listed is required to be reinspected, per OCTAP policy. I
pointed out the defects I found and he was refuting everything that I was saying; so I stopped the conversation and wished him a good
day. DP# 726 began to speak about other companies that don’t have insurance, etc. DP# 726 then followed me into the OCTAP office to
file a complaint. I asked Elizabeth to give DP# 726 a complaint form. DP# 726 then said that he wanted a number to OCTA but that he did
not want the Administrator's (Iain's) number. DP# 726 also stated that he was going to go to the paper and he was also accusing me of not
being fair and that I just wanted the money. DP# 726 attempted to be intimidating and his accusations were unfounded, saying that I was
"picking on him". Honestly, I did not want to find the defects that I did (that would require a reinspection) because I knew that it would
cause this type of situation; but I did not feel that I could compromise my inspection standards to avoid a confrontation. Incident for
information only. Closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 5/16/2009            Incident#: 1818          Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     DISNEYLAND RESORT AREA
CABCO #766 DRIVER DID NOT TAKE DIRECT ROUTE

052609RG-Saturday, May 16, 2009 @ 1:00 pm. CABCO #766. Disneyland.

RP called on 052209 and stated that he, his wife, and three children were taking a taxicab from the parking areas for
Disneyland/Disneyland Hotel to the main gate. RP stated that he instructed the driver what route to take to get his family to the main gate
of Disneyland. RP stated that the driver went out of the way to take the longest route possible; ignoring the directions that RP had given
him. The fare came to approximately $13.00. RP also stated that the driver was not displaying his Driver Permit.

RP stated that the driver was a male, Iranian, beard growth, approx 45 years old, approx 5' 10".

To CABCO Management. Please do not disclose name and number of RP to driver. Also, please investigate and forward the driver permit
number to this office. RP wants to be updated.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 7/29/2009             Incident#: 1840          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
REVOKED FOR REFUSAL TO RANDOM TEST

081209RG-OCTAP Regulations, Section 6.15.6 states that a Driver Permit may be revoked for a Positive drug/alcohol screening test or
failure to submit to random testing pursuant to the Drug and Alcohol Certification Program required in Section 5.2.2.

OCTAP received driver's Random Controlled Substance Test Results Report from Norton Medical dated July 31, 2009; which indicates
driver failed to submit to a random drug screen on July 29, 2009. Sent driver two revocation letters, along with the required appeals
hearing request forms: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 9025 1510 Also sent CABCO two revocation letters: 1) regular mail
2) certified #7004 2510 0002 9025 1466. Awaiting appeals request from driver.

081409RG-Received letter from Marie Torrero, Norton Medical.
081409RG-Received a letter (six pages) from Tim Conlon requesting that OCTAP reconsider the revocation of DP#3272 Permit.
081709RG-Received a letter from Marie Torrero in reference to 49CFR part 40 DOT Regulations.
081909RG-Received a letter from Violet Logan, in support of DP#3272.
081909RG-Sent letter to Tim Conlon stating that OCTAP cannot reconsider the revocation, but can only offer DP#3272 an appeals hearing,
per the regulations.

082409RG-Driver appealed revocation. Hand delivered the Appeals Hearing Decision Letter to Driver. Driver's hearing is scheduled for
Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 10:00. Driver also requested a copy of his revocation letter.

082509RG-received a timeline from Marshall Zablen, MD/MRO, Norton Medical Industries. The timeline specified the dates that driver
was directed to proceed to the clinic and when the driver actually did go for the random test. Previously, no specific dates (or conflicting
dates) were noted in the documents received. As a result of the timeline, OCTAP/RG sent driver two REVISED Revocation Letters: 1)
regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 9025 1787. Also sent copies of the Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter and the Original 073109
Revocation Letter.

091809RG-The hearing panel unanimously agreed with the OCTAP cause for the REVOCATION of Appellant’s OCTAP Driver Permit.
Therefore, the OCTAP Administrator’s REVOCATION of Appellant’s Driver Permit is upheld. OCTAP shall not issue an OCTAP Driver’s Permit
to Appellant under any condition at this time. Appellant shall be eligible to re-apply after January 28, 2010.

092309RG-Sent driver two final revocation letters, along with copies of the Appeals Hearing Decision Letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified
#7004 2510 0002 8760 8167. Also sent CABCO two final revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 8198.

Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 11/7/2009            Incident#: 1871          Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:    DISNEYLAND, BUS PARKING AND CAB AREA
REFUSED PASSENGER AND BECAME VIOLENT

111009RG-A Taxi Driver called (DP #3748) and left message concerning an incident which took place at Disneyland at the bus parking area
concerning a elderly couple and daughter. Later on that day, I talked to the customer whom was involved in the incident, as follows:

On November 7, 2009 at approximately 10:00 - 11:00 pm, an elderly couple, accompanied by their daughter (hereafter refered to as RP)
was leaving Disneyland. They approached CABCO #822 for the ride. One of the customers is disabled and uses a scooter. RP stated that
when they approached the driver of Cab #822, the driver began to "freak out" and said that he would not transport the scooter. RP stated
that she told the driver that he would not have to transport the scooter, just her parents, and that she would make other arrangements for
the scooter. RP stated that the driver continued to refuse service. RP then stated that another cab driver approached the driver of Cab
#822 and stated that he would help put the scooter in the vehicle. RP stated (as well as DP #3748) that the driver of Cab #822 became
violent with the driver whom was trying to help. RP stated that the driver of Cab #822 pushed the other driver more than once; and the
the driver of Cab #822, at one point, grabbed the other driver by the throat and pushed him, which caused the driver difficulty in
breathing/eating for a couple of days due to the injury received to his throat. RP stated that at some point, the Driver of Cab #822 agreed
to transport, but that RP decided that she did not want to go with this driver because he was out of control. RP stated that she began to
ask other cab drivers to transport them; but that the driver of Cab #822 was following her to these other cabs and would not allow them to
transport the customers. RP stated that another cab pulled up, and she was able to quickly put her parents in that cab.

110909RG-Per Tim Conlon, the driver of Cab #822 was Driver Permit #186. Also, the other driver called RP and left a voicemail concerning
the vehicle and the driver. The information left on RP's voicemail was that the cab was CABCO #822 and that the driver's name was
disclosed and confirmed that it was DP#186.
112409RG-Due to the circumstances of the incident, DP#186 has been scheduled for an Administrtive Hearing on Wednesday, December 2,
2009 at 1000. DP#186e was sent two Admin Hearing Schedule Letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 8341.

120409RG-As a result of the Admin Hearing, the Administrator's decision was to suspend DP#186 OCTAP Driver Permit for a period of
twelve (12) months beginning on the date of the Admin Hearing. DP#186 was sent a suspension letter, along with the required appeals
request forms and procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 8310.

120909RG-DP#186 called and stated that he does not have his Driver Permit, but that the company (CABCO) took possession of it when he
was terminated/dropped.

121009RG-Spoke with Tim Conlon. Tim stated that DP#186 has been very uncooperative and that he did not surrender his Driver Permit to
himself or any other company management.

121409RG-DP#186 submitted his appeals request form to OCTAP.

121609RG-OCTAP sentDP#186 an Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter, along with the required appeals procedures: 1) regular mail 2)
certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 5027. DP#186 appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 1000.

012810RG-Per the decision of the Appeals Panel on 011410, the twelve (12) month suspended is upheld. DP#186 may reapply on or after
120210. OCTAP Sent DP#186 the signed Appeals Hearing Decision letter, along with a Final Notice of Suspension: 1) regular mail 2)
certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 5188. No letter sent to CABCO since DP#186 was dropped prior to this action.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 11/18/2009          Incident#: 1872          Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
Incident Location:    JWA
ISSUED WW #10418 FOR VIOL 6.15.1 AND 8.10.3 AT JWA

111809RG-Driver was stopped at JWA on this date during enforcement. Driver was not properly displaying his Driver Permit so that it can
be easily viewed by passengers and law enforcement. Issued driver written warning #10418 for violations of the OCTAP Regulations
Sections 6.15.1 and 8.10.3. No further action is need at this time. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 3/1/2010            Incident#: 1912          Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING 10463 - DRIVER IN POSS OF PERMIT

030410RG-On 030110 at the John Wayne Airport, DP #3716 was in possession of this driver's permit, in violation of Sections 6.15.1 and
6.9. Both driver permits were confiscated by Law Enforcement/JWA officer A Medina. Driver was issued a written warning #10463 for
these violations. No fine. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 3/1/2010            Incident#: 1913          Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10462 FOR POSS OF ANOTHER DP - NO POI

030410RG-On 030110 at the John Wayne Airport, this driver was in possession of Driver Permit #3885, in violation of Sections 6.15.1 and
6.9. Both driver permits were confiscated by Law Enforcement/JWA officer A Medina. Driver also had no valid proof of insurance in
vehicle, in violation of Section 8.17. Driver was issued a written warning #10462 for these violations. No fine. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 5/12/2010            Incident#: 1977           Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE FINE
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
ISSUED ADMIN ADMIN #10-006 FOR NO DP IN POSSESSION

061410RG-On May 12, 2010, cab #808 (CABCO), VP #7030 driven by DP #508 was stopped at the JWA during enforcement for a random
inspection. Driver was not in possession of a valid driver permit. Driver had been dropped by the company on 051010 and his permit
surrendered to OCTAP. This was in violation of the OCTAP Regulations Sections 6.14.1 (failure to comply) and 6.8 (not in possession of a
valid Driver Permit). Driver was issued a Notice of Violation #10-006 with a $100 fine. Driver has until 061410 to pay fine. Incident will
remain open until fine is paid or until further admin action is taken for failing to pay.

062110RG-Driver paid $100 fine on this date. No further actions needed at this time. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 9/21/2010           Incident#: 2038          Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
Incident Location:    OCTAP
FAIL TO ENROLL IN THE RANDOM DRUG AND ALCOHOL PROGRAM

081310RG-Driver's permit is revoked due to no active random program/terminated in March 2010. Faxed the company a REVOCATION
Notice. Also spoke with Tim Conlon, who stated that he would immediately remove driver from service and take possession of his driver
permit.
090810RG-Driver came in to reinstate DP before final revocations were sent. Per JG, ok to rescind revocation and issue reinstated DP with
proof of a current random drug and alcohol program and new drug and alcohol tests taken with results received (due to being inactive in
the random program for over 90 days). Driver's permit status will remain pending appeal until rescinded.
091010RG-received negative drug and alcohol results on this date. OK to rescind revocation and driver can reinstate using the Driver
Permit Reinstatement Process.
091310RG-Driver came in to reinstate his driver permit on this date. Revocation is hereby rescinded. No certificate needed due to needed
information supplied with drug and alcohol results. Permit issued.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 9/9/2010            Incident#: 2065          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
REVOKED FOR NO RANDOM D/A PROGRAM

090910RG-Driver suspended for 3 days due to termination from the required random drug and alcohol program for non-renewal. Sent
company faxed notification.

102210RG-Called Norton; driver still terminated. Driver permit is hereby REVOKED. Sent driver two REVOCATION letters along with the
required appeals request forms and procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 00028760 9447. Also sent CABCO two
REVOCATION letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 9461. Driver has 10 days to appeal revocation.

010411RG-Driver did not appeal. Sent driver two final revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 7849. Also
sent company two final revocation letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 7948. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 10/15/2010           Incident#: 2066           Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE FINE
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
ISSUED NOTICE OF VIOLATION #10-051 WITH $100 IN FINES

102210RG-On 10-15-10, cab #825 was stopped for a random inspection at the JWA. During the inspection, the officer noticed that driver's
Driver Permit was in possession and being displayed by another Driver who was operating cab #825. This is a violation of the OCTAP
Regulations Section 6.9. As a result, driver was issued this notice of violation #10-051 with a total of $100 in fines. Driver was sent two
copies of the Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 9201. Driver has 30 days to pay fine or revoke.

112210RG-Driver paid fine on this date via mail. Sent driver copy of receipt. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 10/15/2010           Incident#: 2067           Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE FINE
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
ISSUED NOTICE OF VIOLATION #10-052 WITH $150 IN FINES

102210RG-On 10-15-10, cab #825 was stopped for a random inspection at the JWA. During the inspection, the officer noticed that driver's
Driver Permit was in possession and being displayed by another Driver who was operating cab #825. This is a violation of the OCTAP
Regulations Section 6.9. As a result, driver was issued this notice of violation with a total of $100 in fines. Sent driver two copies of the
Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 9218. Driver has 30 days to pay fine or revoke.

113010RG-Driver paid $150 fine on this date. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 11/10/2010          Incident#: 2083          Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:    JWA
ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10-063 FOR ANOTHER DRIVER IN POSS OF DP

111510RG-On November 10, 2010 at approximately 7:00 am, a taxi was stopped at the JWA for a random inspection. During the
inspection, it was discovered that another driver was in possession of DP #443's OCTAP Driver Permit. DP was confiscated. Mr. Araya was
issued a Written Warning #10-063 for violations of Sections 6.14.1 and 6.9. When driver came to pick up his permit, he signed the written
warning. No further action is needed. Incident closed. In driver file.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 11/10/2010           Incident#: 2084          Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:    JWA
ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10-065 FOR IN POSS OF ANOTHER'S DP

111510RG-On November 10, 2010 at approximately 7:00 am, a taxi was stopped at the JWA for a random inspection. During the
inspection, it was discovered that this driver was in possession of DP #443's OCTAP Driver Permit. DP #443 was confiscated. DP #443 was
issued a Written Warning #10-065 for violations of Sections 6.14.1 and 6.9. Sent driver the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified
#7004 2510 0002 8760 9263. No further action is required. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 11/1/2010            Incident#: 2085          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
REVOKED FOR INCIDENT AT JWA-CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES

111810RG-Driver Permit REVOKED on this date. Reason: OCTAP received a report from a John Wayne Airport Officer concerning an
incident that took place on November 1, 2010, at the John Wayne Airport, when driver was stopped for a random inspection while
operating CABCO #746. The report states that the driver was questioned and issued a citation for Health & Safety 11357(b)-Possession of
Marijuana Less Than an Ounce. The report indicated that the marijuana was found in his possession and that the driver admitted use
(smokes when he is depressed).

Sent driver two REVOCATION letters along with the required appeals hearing request and procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004
2510 0002 8760 9324. Driver has 10 days in which to appeal. Also, driver was dropped from his company (CABCO) on 110910. No
REVOCATION letters to the company were sent due to his prior termination.

122910RG-Driver did not appeal revocation. Final revocation letters were sent to the driver: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002
8760 7832.

123010RG- DP #371 called last week and I spoke with him and he also called back yesterday and spoke with Jo-Ann. The driver stated that
he went to court and that the charges of marijuana possession were dismissed; and that he would like to get his permit back. However,
we explained to the driver that he was revoked and that he did not appeal the revocation within the required ten (10) days. The final
revocation letter was sent on 122910; but we attempted to explain to the driver that he missed his window for appeal and that the
revocation process must be completed. Also, per the OCTAP Regulations Section 6.14.10, a driver who has had their permit revoked shall
be prohibited from reapplying for a period of one year. When Jo-Ann asked why he didn’t appeal, the driver stated that he was told to
wait until he goes to court. Both me and Jo-Ann answers were the same to him; that he missed his window for appeal and that the
revocation process was to be completed. The driver was given Patrick's phone number and he would like to call and speak with Patrick
when he comes back next week.

010311RG-Per Patrick's email sent 123110, driver will be afforded an admin hearing via phone. Reason: It is considered reasonable for the
driver to want to wait until his court date to request an appeals hearing; it strengthens his position. Once the admin hearing is complete,
OCTAP will uphold the revocation (in the interest of public safety, based on the fact that (1) drugs were involved and (2) it happened in a
taxicab vehicle) and give the driver the opportunity to appeal.

010411RG-Driver has not yet called the Administrator (that I am aware of) for the admin hearing.

021811RG-In order to close the incident, I have administratively dropped the driver per CABCO's request on 110810. If driver does contact
OCTAP for any reason, an administrative hearing will be performed and the final decision made by JG or PS as to the outcome. At this
time, the incident will be closed and reopended at a later date, if necessary.

011812RG-Driver has been "pending" revocation for well over a year now; and no action has been taken by the driver to contact OCTAP so
that we might hold the admin hearing. As of this date, I have set the driver's permit status to REVOKED due to the fact that the revocation
letters, and final revocation letters, were sent and received by the driver. The driver may reapply at any time with a new livescan. If the
driver does reapply, we will hold the admin hearing as decided by Patrick and Jo-Ann. Driver's file is with other red files.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 10/2/2010           Incident#: 2090          Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10-071 FOR NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS

120710RG-Received a complaint log from the John Wayne Airport for the month of October 2010. The report indicated that this driver
refused to accept a credit card as a payment option to the customer on October 2, 2010 while operating CABCO #728. This in in violation
of sections 6.14.1 and 9.8 of the OCTAP Regulations. Driver was issued written warning #10-071. Sent driver two copies of the written
warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 7740. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed. In driver
file.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 9/20/2010           Incident#: 2091          Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10-070 FOR NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS

120710RG-Received a complaint log from the John Wayne Airport for the month of October 2010. The report indicated that this driver
refused to accept a credit card as a payment option to the customer on September 20 and September 21, 2010 (two occurances) while
operating CABCO #728. This in in violation of sections 6.14.1 and 9.8 of the OCTAP Regulations. Driver was issued written warning #10-
070. Sent driver two copies of the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 7733. No further action is
required at this time. Incident closed. In driver file.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 11/29/2010           Incident#: 2133         Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
Incident Location:    JWA
JAN 2011 - ISSUED WARNING #10-084 FOR NOT ACCEPTING CREDIT CARDS

012811RG-Driver issued written warning #10-084 for not accepting credit cards at the JWA on 112910. Sent driver two copies of the
written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 8573. No further action is required at this point. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 3/22/2011            Incident#: 2181           Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE FINE
Incident Location:     NEWPORT AND MITCHELL
MAR 2011 - ISSUED NOV #10-094 FOR OPERATING WITH NO VALID DP

033011RG-DP #563 was issued a Notice of Violation #10-094 with a $100 fine for the following violation:

On Tuesday, March 22, 2011, driver was stopped for a random inspection in the City of Tustin, by a peace officer, while operating cab
#641. During the inspection, the officer found that driver did not have a valid Driver Permit in his possession as required by the OCTAP
Regulations Sections 6.8 and 8.10.3. The Driver Permit in his possession at the time had expired on March 5, 2011. Driver's renewal Driver
Permit was mailed on March 21, 2011, and was not yet in his possession, as required, to operate a taxicab. This Notice of violation serves
as notice that any future violations may result in the denial, suspension, or revocation of driver's OCTAP Driver Permit. Also, the OCTAP
Regulations Section 6.15 states that the OCTAP Administrator may, in lieu of revocation, impose a penalty in the form of a fine, a period of
suspension, or both a fine and a period of suspension.

Driver was sent two copies of the Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 9532. Driver has 30 days to pay
the fine unless appealed.

050211RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 4/4/2011             Incident#: 2186          Incident Type: Driver ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION
Incident Location:    JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
APR 2011 - WW #10-078 ISSUED TO THE DRIVER FOR HAVING POSSESSION OF ANOTHER DRIVER PERMIT

041311RG-On April 4, 2011, CABCO #817 was stopped at the JWA for a random inspection by an OCSD Special Services Officer (SSO).
During the inspection, the officer discovered that another driver was in possession of DP #4846 OCTAP Driver Permit, which was
confiscated, and which is a violation of the above mentioned sections of the OCTAP Regulations. This written warning serves as notice that
any future violations of like manner may result in further administration action by OCTAP, up to and including revocation.

Driver was issued a written warning #10-078 for violations of the OCTAP Regulations Sections 6.14.1 and 6.9. Driver signed, dated, and
took possession of the written warning. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 4/28/2011            Incident#: 2191           Incident Type: DRIVER ACTIONS
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT TO LAGUNA CLIFFS MARRIOTT
APR 2011 - RP STATED DRIVER , CABCO #736, WOULD NOT ACCEPT C/CARD

042811RG-RP called and stated that he took CABCO #736 on the morning of April 28, 2011 from the John Wayne Airport and that the
driver would not take his credit card, but that the driver stated that he would stop at an ATM if the passenger needed cash to pay the
fare. RP stated that the driver stated that he was a part time driver and that he could not access the needed systems to process RP's credit
card. RP stated that the driver did run the meter and that the total fare came to $66, which he paid in cash.

After speaking with Matt from CABCO, found driver of cab #736 to be DP #5142. The driver called this morning and stated that he did not
refuse the credit card but that RPs credit card was declined; and that he routinely accepts credit cards as payment. I advised the driver to
discuss the situation with his company who will respond to this incident.

Incident faxed to company on this date.

102511RG-No further action is required at this point due to time elapsed.

Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 4/27/2011            Incident#: 2192           Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
APR 2011 - ISSUED NOV #10-079, NO VALID DP IN POSSESSION

042811RG-Driver was issued a Notice of Violation #10-079 with $100 fine for violations of 6.14.1. The Notice of Violation read:

"On Wednesday, April 27, 2011, you were stopped for a random inspection by a peace officer at the John Wayne Airport while operating
cab #654. During the inspection, the officer found that you did not have a valid Driver Permit in your possession as required by the OCTAP
Regulations
Sections 6.8 and 8.10.3. The Driver Permit in your possession at the time had expired on September 19, 2010 and was issued based on
your last Interim California Driver's License; and you failed to present OCTAP with your permanent CDL and a replacement permit
application package needed to
issue a new Driver Permit based on your permanent CDL. This Notice of violation serves as notice that any future violations may result in
the denial, suspension, or revocation of your OCTAP Driver Permit. Also, the OCTAP Regulations Section 6.15 states that the OCTAP
Administrator may, in lieu of revocation, impose a penalty in the form of a fine, a period of suspension, or both a fine and a period of
suspension".

Driver was sent two copies of the Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 9631. Driver has 30 days to pay
the fine or revoke. On Calendar.

061311RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 5/4/2011             Incident#: 2203          Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:    OCTAP OFFICE
MAY 2011 - ISSUED WW #10-202 FOR ANOTHER DP IN POSSESS

050911RG-The driver was issued a written warning #10-202 for violations of 6.14.1 and 6.9. The written warning read:

"On Wednesday, May 4, 2011, another driver, who came to the OCTAP Office to try and renew your Driver Permit on your behalf, was
found to be in possession of your Driver Permit; a violation of the above stated Sections of the OCTAP Regulations. Your Driver Permit was
confiscated at the OCTAP window. This written warning serves as notice that any future violations of like manner may result in further
administration action by OCTAP, up to and including revocation of your Driver permit".

Driver was hand-delivered the written warning, which he signed. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 4/21/2011            Incident#: 2206          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     OCTAP OFFICE
MAY 2011 - ISSUED NOV #10-081, $100 FINE, FOR OPERATING WITH NO DP

050611RG-Driver was issued a Notice of Violation #10-081 with a $100 fine for violations of 6.14.1 and 6.8. The Notice of Violation read:

"On April 21, 2011, you came to the OCTAP office for the purpose of receiving a new Driver Permit. Your previous Driver Permit, which
expired on March 13, 2011, was issued based on your Interim California Driver's License. However, it was confirmed by your company
that you continued to operate cab #780 until April 21, 2011. Also, when you came to the OCTAP Office you were driving cab #780 and did
not have any "Not in Service" signs in the windows; indicating an out of service taxicab. Your lease agreement and affiliation with CABCO
was terminated on April 25, 2011. Your actions were a violation of the OCTAP Regulations Sections 6.14.1 and 6.8. This Notice of violation
serves as notice that any future violations may result in the denial, suspension, or revocation of your OCTAP Driver Permit. Also, the
OCTAP Regulations Section 6.15 states that the OCTAP Administrator may, in lieu of revocation, impose a penalty in the form of a fine, a
period of suspension, or both a fine and a period of suspension".

Driver was sent two copies of the Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 9723. Driver has 30 days to pay
the fine.

051811RG-Received appeals request from driver.

052011RG-Driver requested appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 0930. Sent driver two copies of the Appeals
Hearing Schedule Letter, along with the required appeals hearing procedures: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 9921.
Driver's file will remain with the active files.

062011RG-Driver cancelled his appeals hearing on this date, in writing. Fine was paid. No further actions are required at this point.
Incident closed.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 5/5/2011            Incident#: 2218         Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:    GARDEN GROVE HYATT
MAY 2011 - ISSUED WW #10-204 FOR NO CURRENT POI

053111RG-Sent driver two copies of the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 8846. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 7/1/2011              Incident#: 2239            Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     THE BLOCK
JUL 2011 - ISSUED #10-213 WITH $50 FINE/NOT DISPLAYING DP

072211RG-On Friday, July 1, 2011 at 8:58 pm, you were stopped at the Block in the City of Orange by law enforcement for the purpose of
performing a random inspection on your vehicle. During the random inspection, the officer observed that you were not displaying your
Driver Permit so as to be easily visible by passengers and law enforcement, as required in the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3. As a
result of this violation of the OCTAP Regulations, this Notice of Violation, with a $50 fine, is hereby issued to you. Please ensure that the
fine is paid within 30 days of this notice to avoid further actions by OCTAP, up to and including the revocation of your driver permit. Also,
this Notice of Violation serves as notice that any future violations of the OCTAP Regulations may result in Adverse Administrative Actions.

Notice of Violation in for review and approval. Not yet sent.

090211RG-Sent driver notice of violation #10-213 with $50 fine: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0836. Driver has 30
days to pay fine.

101211RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No other action is required at this date. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 6/18/2011             Incident#: 2242          Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:     HARBOR BLVD
JUL 2011 - ISSUED #10-215/NOT DISPLAYING DP

072311RG-On Saturday, June 18, 2011 at 6:23 pm, you were stopped in the City of Anaheim by an Orange
County Sheriff's Deputy for the purpose of performing a random inspection on your vehicle. During the random inspection, the Deputy
observed that you were not displaying your Driver Permit so as to be easily visible by passengers and law enforcement, as required in the
OCTAP Regulations Sections 6.8 and 8.10.3. As a result of this violation of the OCTAP Regulations, this Notice of Violation, with a $50 fine,
is hereby issued to you. Please ensure that the fine is paid within 30 days of this notice to avoid further actions by OCTAP, up to and
including the revocation of your driver permit. Also, this Notice of Violation serves as notice that any future violations of the OCTAP
Regulations may result in Adverse Administrative Actions.

Notice of Violation in for review. Not yet sent.

090211RG-Sent driver written warning #10-215: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0812. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 8/14/2011           Incident#: 2257          Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:    6TH STREET AND STADIUM WAY
AUG 2011 - ISSUED WW #10-222 FOR NON COOPERATION

083111RG-OCTAP received an information report from the Orange County Sheriff's Department. The report
stated that on August 14, 2011, while operating CABCO #670, you were approached by an Orange County
Sheriff's Deputy due to your vehicle being parked in a "no parking/no stopping" zone, and this was a repeated
offense. The Deputy also informed you that he was going to conduct a random inspection on your taxicab as authorized in the OCTAP
Regulation, Section 7. The report indicates that during the random inspection, you became non-cooperative to the instructions of the
Deputy; to the point where the Deputy terminated the inspection, for the safety of all involved; proceeding to confiscate your driver
permit and the removal of the vehicle permit from the rear window. As an OCTAP Permitted driver operating an OCTAP permitted taxicab,
you are required to cooperate with law enforcement at all times; not doing so is a violation of the above stated sections in the OCTAP
Regulations. This written warning services as a warning that any further violations of the OCTAP Regulations, or a similar incident, may
result in adverse administrative action against your driver permit, including fines, and or the suspension or revocation of your driver
permit.

Sent driver two copies of the written warning #10-222: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0881. Incident closed.
                                 OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                         CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 8/24/2011            Incident#: 2258           Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     JWA
AUG 2011 - ISSUED NOV #10-224 W/$100 FINE, SEC 8.17

083111RG-On August 24, 2011, while operating CABCO #638, you were approached by
an OCTAP Code Administrator at the John Wayne Airport for the purpose of performing a random inspection on your vehicle. During the
inspection, you were asked for current proof of insurance as required in the OCTAP Regulations Sections 8.17 and the California Vehicle
Code Sections 16020 through 16028; for which you could not provide and was not in your possession. As a result of you violating Section
6.14.1 and 8.17 of the OCTAP Regulations, you are hereby issued this Notice of Violation with a $100 fine. This fine is due and payable
upon receipt of this notice and will be considered delinquent if not paid within 30 days. If the fine becomes delinquent, OCTAP may
additional action against your driver permit; up to and including revocation. This Notice of Violation serves as a warning that any future
violations may subject you to further administrative actions; up to and including revocation of your Driver Permit.

083111RG-Sent driver two copies of the notice of violation #10-224 with $100 fine: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913
0898. Driver has 30 days to pay fine.

091211RG-Driver submitted an appeals request to OCTAP on this date.

091611RG-Sent driver two Appeals Hearing Notification letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 1000. Driver's appeals
hearing is scheduled for Thursday, October 13, 2011 at 9:30 am.

110811RG-Decsion of the Appeals Hearing Panel of 10-13-11 is as follows:

The administrative fine issued to the Appellant in the amount of $100 is hereby upheld. Appellant has thirty (30) days to pay the fine to
avoid further administrative actions. Driver has until 121211 to pay fine. Sent driver two copies of the Appeals Hearing Decision Letter:
1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 6303.

120711RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required at this point. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 9/9/2011             Incident#: 2271          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    CONVENTION WAY
SEP 2011 - ISSUED NOV #10-230 FOR NO POI

091611RG-On Friday, September 9, 2011, driver was approached by an OCTAP Code Administrator and asked to submit to a random
inspection. During the inspection, driver was asked for current proof of insurance as required in the OCTAP Regulations Sections 8.17 and
the California Vehicle Code Sections 16020 through 16028; for which driver could not provide and was not in his possession. As a result of
violating Section 6.14.1 and 8.17 of the OCTAP Regulations, you are hereby issued this Notice of Violation #10-230 with a $100 fine.

Driver was sent two copies of the Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 1024. Driver has 30 days to pay
fine.

110711JG- Driver paid fine on this date., MO# 14-425298813, $100.00, incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 11/15/2011           Incident#: 2328          Incident Type: DRIVER PERMIT REVOKED
Incident Location:
DEC 2011 - REVOKED FOR ACTING AS A BANDIT CAB

122911RG-Driver REVOKED for acting as a bandit cab on 111511 at the JWA. Received notification from A. Medina. Driver came into the
office to receive his revocation letter. Driver signed and dated for a copy. Driver was also given an appeals request form and procedures.
Made sure driver understood the deadline for appeal.

Incident closed.

010412RG-Incident reopened. Driver submitted appeals request on this date. Driver indicated in the request that he wants a hearing in
February 2012.

010512RG-Sent driver two copies of the appeals hearing notice: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5542. Drivers
requested appeals hearing is scheduled for Thursday, February 9, 2012 at 0930 am.

020912RG-The decision of the Appeals Panel is that the REVOCATION of driver's permit is upheld. OCTAP shall not issue a permit to driver
at this time. Also, the panel decided that the driver may reapply for a Driver Permit after May 14, 2012 and that driver shall violate no
local, state, or federal laws, statutes or OCTAP Regulations.

022112RG-Sent driver two Appeals Hearing Decision Letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 6082.

Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 12/7/2011            Incident#: 2344          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
DEC 2011 - DRIVER ISSUED VIOLATION #10-119 WITH $50 FINE FOR NOT DISPLAYING PERMIT

122911RG-Driver issued Notice of Violation #10-119 with a $50 fine for not displaying his driver permit at the JWA. Sent driver two
violation notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5573. Must pay by 021312 or appeal by 012312.

012512RG-Driver appealed fine. Sent driver two Appeals Hearing Schedule Letters: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912
5726. Driver hearing is scheduled for 030812 at 9:30 am.

020812RG-Certified mailing was returned due to insufficient address. Driver did not write his apartment number on his appeals request
form. Sent out new mailing on this date; Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 6044.

032312RG-The appeals committee, consisting of representatives from member agency cities, has upheld the Notice of Violation. However,
the appeals committee reduced the fine to $25, which must be paid no later than 60 days from the date of the hearing, on or before May
8, 2012. Payment must be made in the form of a cashier’s check or money order. Also, the fine was originally issued in lieu of suspension
or revocation of the Driver Permit. Failure to pay the above stated fine amount by May 8, 2012 will result in further administrative
actions; up to and including revocation. Sent the driver two copies of the Appeals Hearing Schedule Letter: 1) regular mail 2) certified
#7010 3090 0000 4912 7935. Incident will remain open until fine is paid.

042412RG-Driver paid fine on this date. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 12/19/2011          Incident#: 2355          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
JAN 2012 - ISSUED #10-127 WITH $100 FINE FOR OPERATING WITHOUT A VALID PERMIT

013112RG-Driver was caught at JWA operating a taxicab without a valid driver permit. The driver permit displayed was expired. Driver
had renewed, but the renewal permit was not yet in driver's possession.

021312RG-Issued Notice of Violation #10-127 with a $100 fine. Sent driver two notice of violations: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010
3090 0000 4912 7843. Driver has until 022712 to appeal and 031512 to pay fine.

031612RG-Driver called and stated that he forgot about the fine. I extended the date to Monday, March 19, 2012. Driver stated that he
would come in on March 19th to pay the fine.

041212RG-Driver paid fine on this date. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        CALIFORNIA YELLOW CAB (CABCO YELLOW, INC.)
Incident Date: 3/31/2012            Incident#: 2378          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    MACARTHUR BLVD AND EUCLID
APR 2012 - DRIVER ISSUED #10-164 (REVISED) WITH $50 FINE/WRITTEN WARNING FOR NOT DISPLAYING DRIVER PERMIT

041312RG-Driver was observed at the COSTCO at Macarthur and Euclid on 033112 by the OCTAP Administrator not properly displaying her
driver permit (the permit was in the center console between the front searts) and not running the taxicab meter; even though she had
passengers inside the taxicab. Driver was issued and sent Notice of Violation #10-164 with $150 in fines: 1) regular mail 2) certified
#7010 3090 0000 4912 8697. Driver must pay the fine by 051512 or appeal by 042512.

042612RG-Sent driver revised notice of violation #10-164. This revised notice reduced the fine to $50 for violations of the OCTAP
Regulations Section 6.18.1.5 and 8.10.3, not displaying the driver permit while operating a taxicab. The revised notice included a written
warning for violations of the OCTAP Regulations Sections 6.14.1, 6.18.1.7, and 9.4, not running the taximeter while carrying passengers: 1)
regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4012 8734. Driver has until 053012 to pay the $50 fine.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 4/7/2007            Incident#: 1582          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE - Driver
Incident Location:    CITY DRIVE/THE BLOCK
DRIVER CITED FOR NOT DISPLAYING DRIVER PERMIT

043007RG-Driver was cited in the City of Orange for not properly displaying his OCTAP Driver Permit, as required. Issued an Administrative
Action/Notice of Violation #10327 for violation of the OCTAP Regulation, Section 8.10.3 with a $50 fine that must be payed within 30 days.
052907JG- Driver paid fine on this date with MO#08-719941998, for $50.00. Incident closed.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 11/18/2009          Incident#: 1873          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION - Driver
Incident Location:    JWA
DRIVER ISSUED WW #10419 FOR VIOL SECTION 6.15.1 AND 8.17

111809RG-Driver was stopped at JWA on this date during enforcement. Driver was not in possession of a valid Proof of Insurance. Vehicle
listed on master insurance roster. Issued driver written warning #10419 for violations of the OCTAP Regulations Sections 6.15.1 and 8.17.
No further action is need at this time.

Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 5/12/2010             Incident#: 1978          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE - Driver
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
DRIVER ISSUED ADMIN ACTION #10-024; OPERATING A CAB; NO DP

061410RG-On May 12, 2010, cab #25 (YCGOC), VP #7258, driven by DP #3078 was stopped at the JWA during enforcement for a random
inspection. Driver was not in possession of a valid driver permit. This was in violation of the OCTAP Regulations Sections 6.14.1 (failure to
comply) and 6.8 (not in possession of a valid Driver Permit). Driver was issued a Notice of Violation #10-010 with a $150 fine. Driver has
until 061410 to pay fine. Incident will remain open until fine is paid or until further admin action is taken for failing to pay.

070610RG-UPDATE: Driver was dropped April 7, 2010 by Luis Cruz, YCGOC. Issued new Notice of Violation #10-024 with administrative
fines totaling $150. Sent two copies of the notice of violation to the individual's mailing address: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160
0005 5135 6659. Driver will have to pay fine before the issuance of a reinstated, transferred, or renewed OCTAP Driver Permit.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 5/12/2010             Incident#: 1996           Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE - Driver
Incident Location:     JWA
DRIVER ISSUED NOV #10-020 WITH $100 IN FINES

061710RG-On May 12, 2010, cab #25 (YCGOC), VP #7258, driven by DP #3078, was stopped at the JWA during enforcement for a random
inspection. Driver was not in possession of a valid driver permit. Per Luis Cruz, vehicle was leased to driver; and that the driver allowed his
brother to operate his taxicab with no valid Driver Permit and with no company affiliation (#3078 had been dropped by the company on
040710). Issued Notice of Violation #10-020 with administrative fines totaling $100. Sent two copies of the notice of violation to the
driver's mailing address: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 6529.

062510RG-Received both the regular and certified back from the post office. Reason: Not deliverable as addressed.

070610RG-Called driver up to verify mailing address. Wrong mailing address on application. Resent the Notice of Violation to driver using
the corrected address: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 1160 0005 5135 6666.

082010RG-Called driver on this date and specified that he must pay fine by COB on 082310 or his driver permit will revoked. Driver
understood and acknowledged.

082310RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required. Incident closed.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 12/12/2010           Incident#: 2098          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION - Driver
Incident Location:    HARBOR AND DISNEY WAY
DRIVER ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10-072 FOR NOT DISPLAYING DP

122910RG-Received Cab Stop Report from Dep. Byers/OCSD/TPS. Report indicates that when the cab was stopped for a random
inspection on 121210 while driving YCGOC #906, it was found that the driver was not properly displaying his driver permit. Issued driver
written warning #10-072 for violation of the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3; not properly displaying his Driver Permit. Sent driver two
copies of the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 7917. In driver file.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 12/7/2010            Incident#: 2099          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION - Driver
Incident Location:    KATELLA AND CLEMENTINE
DRIVER ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10-073 FOR NOT DISPLAYING DP

122910RG-Received Cab Stop Report from Dep. Byers/OCSD/TPS. Report indicates that when the cab was stopped for a random
inspection on 120710 while driving YCGOC #932, it was found that the driver was not properly displaying his driver permit. Issued driver
written warning #10-073 for violation of the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3; not properly displaying his Driver Permit. Sent driver two
copies of the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 7924. In driver file.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 12/6/2010            Incident#: 2100          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION - Driver
Incident Location:    KATELLA AND CLEMENTINE
DRIVER ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10-074 FOR NOT DISPLAYING DP

122910RG-Received Cab Stop Report from Dep. Byers/OCSD/TPS. Report indicates that when the cab was stopped for a random
inspection on 120610 while driving YCGOC #934, it was found that the driver was not properly displaying his driver permit. Issued driver
written warning #10-074 for violation of the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3; not properly displaying his Driver Permit. Sent driver two
copies of the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 7894. In driver file.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 10/11/2010           Incident#: 2101          Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION - Driver
Incident Location:    HARBOR AND CHAPMAN
DRIVER ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING #10-075 FOR NOT DISPLAYING DP

122910RG-Received Cab Stop Report from Dep. Byers/OCSD/TPS. Report indicates that when the cab was stopped for a random
inspection on 101110 while driving YCGOC #407, it was found that the driver was not properly displaying his driver permit. Issued driver
written warning #10-075 for violation of the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3; not properly displaying his Driver Permit. Sent driver two
copies of the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7004 2510 0002 8760 7900. In driver file.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 12/12/2010          Incident#: 2132         Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE ACTION - Driver
Incident Location:    JWA
DRIVER ISSUED WARNING #10-085 FOR NOT ACCEPTING CREDIT CARDS

012811RG-Driver issued written warning #10-085 for not accepting credit cards at the JWA on 121210. Sent driver two copies of the
written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 8580. No further action is required at this point.

Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 3/4/2011             Incident#: 2165           Incident Type: ADMINISTRATIVE FINE - Driver
Incident Location:     DISNEYLAND HOTEL
DRIVER ISSUED NOV #10-089/$100 FINE - NO DP IN POSS

030711BT-On March 4, 2011, driver was asked for his driver's permit when approached by octap staff. Driver could not provide a permit
but took out two different kinds of CDL, one of which did not belong to him. Vehicle permit was removed and driver was told to go back to
the Yellow Cab of Greater OC's yard and wait further communications from OCTAP.

030911BT-As a result this incident, driver was fined $100 for failure to comply with OCTAP regulation and for not having his Taxi Driver
Permit on hand when operating a Taxi cab. Notification was sent to driver via certified mail #7004-2510-0002-8760-9010 and also by
regular mail this date. Filed in driver file.

060111BT-Received back both of the registered mail and the regular mail that was sent out as UNCLAIMED. Tried to call driver using the
phone number listed above to no avail due to wrong number.

060211RG-I spoke with driver on this date and informed him of the Notice of Violation and the $100 fine. I asked him to come to the office
to pick up the notice and notified him that he would have until COB on June 9, 2011 to pay the fine. Driver understood and agreed.

060811RG-Payment of $100 fine extended to COB on June 16, 2011.

061411EW-Got a $100 check in the mail on this date for Administrative action# 10-089.

Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 4/27/2011            Incident#: 2202           Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:     JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT
MAY 2011 - DP #3364 RONCO ISSUED WW #10-097 FOR IN POSSESS OF ANOTHER DP

050611RG-Alfredo Ronco was issued a written warning #10-097 for 6.14.1 and 6.9; being in possession of another driver's permit. The
written warning read:

"On April 27, 2011, YCGOC #81 was stopped at the JWA for a random inspection by an OCSD Special Services Officer (SSO). During the
inspection, the officer discovered that you were in possession of another driver's permit, which was confiscated, and which is a violation of
the above stated sections of the OCTAP Regulations. This written warning serves as notice that any future violations of like manner may
result in further administration action by OCTAP, up to and including revocation".

Driver was sent two copies of the written warning: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 0290 0000 8888 9709. No further action is required
at this time. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 7/8/2011              Incident#: 2235            Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     CONVENTION WAY, ANAHEIM
DRIVER ISSUED #10-209 WITH $100 FINE FOR NO POI

072211RG-On July 8, 2011, driver was approached by an OCTAP Code Administrator and asked to submit to a random inspection on his
vehicle. During the inspection, driver was asked for current proof of insurance as required in the OCTAP Regulations Sections 8.17 and the
California Vehicle Code Sections 16020 through 16028; for which driver could not provide and was not in his possession. As a result,
Notice of Violation #10-209 was issued to driver, with a $100 fine. Fine must be paid within 30 days of this notice to avoid further adverse
actions by OCTAP. This Notice of Violation serves as notice that any future violations may subject driver to further administrative actions;
up to and including revocation.

Notice of violation is for review and approval. Not yet sent.

090211RG-Sent driver notice of violation #10-209 with $100 fine: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0799. Driver has 30
days to pay fine.

101911RG-Both copies of the notice of violation were returned to OCTAP. The notes on the envelopes from the USPS read "Attempted -
Not Known Unable to Forward". I verified that the correct mailing address was used. I also tried the phone number that the driver
provided on his application. The phone number is not a working number. I called Luis Cruz from YCGOC and left message to please relay a
message to driver to have him contact OCTAP. In the meantime, I will revise the Notice of Violation to resend.

110311RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 7/1/2011              Incident#: 2238            Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     DOUBLETREE HOTEL
DRIVER ISSUED #10-212 WITH $50 FINE/NOT DISPLAYING DP

072211RG-On Friday, July 1, 2011 at 9:16 pm, driver was stopped at the Doubletree Hotel in the City of Orange by law enforcement for the
purpose of performing a random inspection. During the random inspection, the officer observed that driver was not displaying his Driver
Permit so as to be easily visible by passengers and law enforcement, as required in the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3. As a result of
this violation of the OCTAP Regulations, this Notice of Violation, with a $50 fine, is hereby issued. Fine must be paid within 30 days of this
notice to avoid further actions by OCTAP, up to and including the revocation. Also, this Notice of Violation serves as notice that any future
violations of the OCTAP Regulations may result in Adverse Administrative Actions.

Notice of Violation in for review and approval. Not yet sent.

090211RG-Sent driver notice of violation #10-212 with $50 fine: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0829. Driver has 30
days to pay fine.

092711RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required at this point. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 7/1/2011              Incident#: 2240            Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     184 N. ATCHISON
DRIVER ISSUED #10-214 WITH $50 FINE/NOT DISPLAYING DP

072211RG-On Friday, July 1, 2011 at 10:11 pm,driver was stopped at 194 N. Atchison in the City of Orange by law enforcement for the
purpose of performing a random inspection. During the random inspection, the officer observed that driver was not displaying his Driver
Permit so as to be easily visible by passengers and law enforcement, as required in the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3. As a result of
this violation of the OCTAP Regulations, this Notice of Violation, with a $50 fine, is hereby issued. Fine must be paid within 30 days of this
notice to avoid further actions by OCTAP, up to and including the revocation. Also, this Notice of Violation serves as notice that any future
violations of the OCTAP Regulations may result in Adverse Administrative Actions.

Notice of Violation in for review and approval. Not yet sent.

090211RG-Sent driver notice of violation #10-214 with $50 fine: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0805. Driver has 30
days to pay fine.

092911RG-Driver paid $50 fine on this date. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 6/23/2011            Incident#: 2244           Incident Type: WRITTEN WARNING - DRIVER
Incident Location:     HARBOR/MANCHESTER
DRIVER ISSUED WARNING #10-217 FOR NOT DISPLAYING DRIVER PERMIT

072311RG-On Thursday, June 23, 2011 at 10:50 pm, driver was stopped in the City of Anaheim by an Orange County Sheriff's Deputy for
the purpose of performing a random inspection. During the random inspection, the Deputy observed that driver was not displaying his
Driver Permit so as to be easily visible by passengers and law enforcement, as required in the OCTAP Regulations Sections 6.8 and 8.10.3.
As a result of this violation of the OCTAP Regulations, this written warning #10-217 is hereby issued. This written warning serves as notice
that any future violations of the OCTAP Regulations may result in Adverse Administrative Actions.

090211RG-Sent driver written warning #10-217: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0867. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 7/14/2011             Incident#: 2245         Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     HARBOR/MANCHESTER
DRIVER ISSUED #10-218 WITH $50 FINE/NOT DISPLAYING DP

072311RG-On Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 10:15 pm, driver was stopped in the City of Anaheim by an Orange County Sheriff's Deputy for the
purpose of performing a random inspection on his vehicle. During the random inspection, the Deputy observed that driver was not
displaying his Driver Permit so as to be easily visible by passengers and law enforcement, as required in the OCTAP Regulations Sections 6.8
and 8.10.3. As a result, Notice of Violation, with a $50 fine, is hereby to driver. Fine must be paid within 30 days of this notice to avoid
further actions by OCTAP, up to and including the revocation of the driver permit. Also, this Notice of Violation serves as notice that any
future violations of the OCTAP Regulations may result in Adverse Administrative Actions.

Notice of Violation in for review. Not yet sent.

090211RG-Sent driver notice of violation #10-218 with $50 fine: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0850. Driver has 30
days to pay fine.

092111RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 8/24/2011            Incident#: 2259           Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     JWA
DRIVER ISSUED NOV #10-225 W/$100 FOR SEC 8.17 & 8.26

083111RG-On August 24, 2011, while operating YCGOC #44, driver was approached by an OCTAP Code Administrator at the John Wayne
Airport and asked to submit to a random inspection on his vehicle. During the inspection, current proof of insurance and commercial
vehicle registration as required in the OCTAP Regulations Sections 8.17 and 8.26 could not be provided by the driver. As a result, driver
was issued Notice of Violation with a $100 fine. This fine is due and payable upon receipt of this notice and will be considered delinquent
if not paid within 30 days. If the fine becomes delinquent, OCTAP may additional action against driver's permit; up to and including
revocation. This Notice of Violation serves as a warning that any future violations may subject driver to further administrative actions; up
to and including revocation of his Driver Permit.

Sent driver two copies of the notice of violation #10-225 with a $100 fine: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0904. Driver
has ten days to pay fine.

092211RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 8/16/2011            Incident#: 2261           Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     CITY OF ORANGE
DRIVER ISSUED NOV #10-227 W/$50 FINE FOR 8.10.3

083111RG-On Tuesday, August 16, 2011 at 8:30 am, driver was stopped in the City of Orange by an Officer from the Orange Police
Department while operating cab #93, YCGOC. During the stop, the Officer observed driver was not displaying his driver permit so as to be
easily visible by passengers and law enforcement as required in the OCTAP Regulations Section 8.10.3. As a result, Notice of Violation,
with a $50 fine is hereby issued to driver. Fines are due and payable upon receipt of this notice. This fine will be considered delinquent if
not paid within 30 days. If delinquent, OCTAP may take additional action against driver's permit, up to and including revocation. Also, this
Notice of Violation serves as a warning that any future violations of the OCTAP Regulations may result in further actions against driver's
permit, up to and including revocation.

Sent driver two copies of the notice of violation #10-227 with $50 fine: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 0928. Driver
has 30 days to pay fine.

100511RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required at this point. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 9/9/2011             Incident#: 2270          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    CONVENTION WAY
DRIVER ISSUED NOTICE OF VIOLATION #10-231 FOR NO POI AND REGISTRATION

091611RG-On Friday, September 9, 2011, driver was approached by an OCTAP Code Administrator and asked to submit to a random
inspection. During the inspection, driver was asked for current proof of insurance and vehicle registration as required in the OCTAP
Regulations Sections 8.17 and 8.26; which could not provide and were not in possession. As a result of violating Section 6.14.1, 8.17, and
8.26 of the OCTAP Regulations, driver is hereby issued Notice of Violation #10-231 with a $100 fine.

Sent driver two copies of the Notice of Violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 1017. Driver has 30 days to pay fine.

101111RG-Driver paid $100 fine on this date. No further action is needed at this point. Incident closed.
                                OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                        YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 9/22/2011            Incident#: 2282           Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:     DOUBLETREE HOTEL
DRIVER ISSUED NOV #10-236 WITH $50 FINE FOR NOT DISPLAYING DRIVER PERMIT

092811RG-On Thursday, September 22, 2011 at 2:10 pm, driver was approached by an OCTAP Code Administrator in the City of Orange for
the purpose of performing a random inspection on YCGOC #463. During the inspection, the Code Administrator observed that driver was
not displaying his driver permit so as to be easily visible by passengers and law enforcement as required in the OCTAP Regulations Section
8.10.3. As a result of this violation of the OCTAP Regulations, this Notice of Violation #10-236, with a $50 fine, is hereby issued.

Sent driver two copies of the notice of violation: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4913 1055. Driver has ten days to appeal
and 30 days to pay fine.

102511RG-Driver sent a personal check via regular mail. I called the driver and informed him that we cannot accept personal checks and
that payment must be made in the form of a cashier's check or money order. Driver stated that he would come in today or tomorrow with
a money order. At that time, I will return his personal check to him. In driver file.

102611RG-Driver paid fine on this date. No further action is required at this time. Incident closed.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 12/7/2011            Incident#: 2340          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
DRIVER ISSUED VIOLATION #10-116 WITH $50 FINE FOR NOT DISPLAYING PERMIT

122911RG-Driver issued Notice of Violation #10-116 with a $50 fine for not displaying his driver permit at the JWA. Sent driver two
violation notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5603. Must pay by 021312 or appeal by 012312.
021312JG- Driver paid fine for $50.00, MO# 101984668731.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 12/7/2011            Incident#: 2341          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
DRIVER ISSUED VIOLATION #10-117 WITH $50 FINE FOR NOT DISPLAYING PERMIT

122911RG-Driver issued Notice of Violation #10-117 with a $50 fine for not displaying his driver permit at the JWA. Sent driver two
violation notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5597. Must pay by 021312 or appeal by 012312.

012312RG-Fine paid on this date. Incident closed.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 12/7/2011            Incident#: 2342          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
DRIVER ISSUED VIOLATION #10-118 WITH $50 FINE FOR NOT DISPLAYING PERMIT

122911RG-Driver issued Notice of Violation #10-118 with a $50 fine for not displaying his driver permit at the JWA. Sent driver two
violation notices: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010 3090 0000 4912 5580. Must pay by 021312 or appeal by 012312.

020712RG-Fine paid on this date. Incident closed.
                               OCTAP Driver Incident Report
                       YELLOW CAB OF GREATER ORANGE COUNTY, INC.
Incident Date: 12/7/2011           Incident#: 2354          Incident Type: NOTICE OF VIOLATION - DRIVER
Incident Location:    JWA
DRIVER ISSUED #10-114 WITH $100 FINE FOR NOT RUNNING METER

013112RG-Driver was caught at JWA during enforcement not running the taximeter while transporting passengers.

021312RG-Issued Notice of Violation #10-114 with a $100 fine. Sent driver two notice of violations: 1) regular mail 2) certified #7010
3090 0000 4912 7836. Driver has until 022712 to appeal and 031512 to pay fine.

032112RG-Driver has not yet paid fine. Attempted to call the driver, but the phone number he provided was not a working number.
Called Luis Cruz and asked him to please message the driver to contact us. Driver must pay the fine by COB on March 22, 2012.

032112RG-Fine paid on this date. Incident closed.

				
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