Two men ordered to stop building, selling food trucks after Colorado Attorney General action

Larry Perez and Rudy Martinez, owners of Denver Custom Food Trucks and Brothers Custom Foods Trucks, are accused of building faulty trucks for clients and sometimes not building them at all

By JOE RUBINO | | The Denver Post

PUBLISHED: December 12, 2018 at 6:54 pm | UPDATED: December 13, 2018 at 9:35 am

Two men that fabricated and sold food trucks under the business names Denver Custom Food Trucks and Brothers Custom Food Trucks have been slapped with a preliminary injunction barring them from performing that work in Colorado.

Larry Perez and Rudy Martinez were the subjects of the legal action, taken in Denver District Court this week at the request of Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman.

The two men allegedly took advantage of the booming food truck industry in the Denver area by promising clients speedy delivery of outfitted trucks that would pass government inspections, knowing that they could not deliver, according to a release from Coffman’s office.


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