During a legislative committee hearing Thursday about a dispute between Kelley Chevrolet and DeHaven's Summit City Chevrolet, the allegiances in the room weren't always clear.
While Rep. Phil GiaQuinta, D-Fort Wayne, was carrying a bill to help Kelley - and ultimately possibly hurt DeHaven - he conceded he bought his last two SUVs at the Summit City dealership.
Then the attorney representting DeHaven admitted that he buys his cars at Kelley.
"No one's a bad guy here," said lawyer David Bailey.
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