My question involves business law in the state of: New Jersey. My girlfriend was involved in a car accident. I coincidentally passed the accident in my personal vehicle, registered with standard plates. Upon my arrival to the accident I witnessed my girlfriend being screamed at by the parties who struck her. ( She was rear ended ) The parties were yelling "this is all your fault" amongst other things. Naturally, I became heated seeing my girlfriend being screamed at by an old man. I got in a heated argument with the man explaining to him how he was following her too closely and that when your hit someone from behind, ITS YOUR FAULT. Coincidentally, my father owns a towing service in town. One of his wreckers responded to the crash to remove one of the disabled vehicles. His company is contracted by the local police department. The people who struck my girlfriend complained to the officers that I was yelling at them, which is true. However, I didn't arbitrarily start yelling for now reason, it was because of what I had witnessed. Now the police are trying ato void my fathers contract with the town, which is his livelihood, because I "violated the ordinance" which states that one most conduct themselves in an orderly fashion when working with the township. However, on that day, I was driving to school when I passed the accident out of sheer coincidence. I was not working during the time of the event. One of his employees responded in the tow truck after EMS and PD had been dispatched. I was on the scene of the accident prior to PD arrival, like I said, out of sheer coincidence. The arguing with the parties took place prior to PD arrival. The old people who hit her were 60+ years of age, and we are 21. They took the old peoples story as gold, and the whole report is written to throw me under the bus. Now the police are mandating a meeting with the mayor and council in an attempt to void his towing contract. The fact of the matter is that the argument was between myself and the man who was harassing my girlfriend, not between my fathers company, or anyone else. The only reason they are involving the towing company is because we share the same last name. What can I do to avoid the destruction of his business?