Q: If i was slapped by my boyfriend and he forced my keys from me and took my car..
The police was called but they went on to say hes has a curfew to bring my car back and if not by a specific time they will go out and find the car and take him to jail..but he slapped me and took my car, thats theft if i didnt willingly give them to him..they were taken by force in front of children..so there not going to look for my car til after a certain time.. its grand theft auto and domestic violence.. is that not serious enough..
A: This is a DV case - domestic violence for sure, you may want to call the police and report this. not sure about grand theft and who owns the car need more facts- but you are a victim and should call the police to report all this and make a record of it with them. Take Care.
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