Q: Is it legal for a police department in California to release someone’s car to the wrong person then lie about DA Reject
The car was at tow yard. The tow yard had a lien sale the car was sold to a lady the lady never registered it in her name. She sold the car to her nephew a couple days after she bought it from the tow yard.he never registered it in his name either.. I bought it from the nephew a couple days later. He gave me the paperwork from the lien sale he gave me both bill of sales one from his transaction and one from his aunts transaction with the tow yard.. and I have the bill of sale from my transactions.. remember the dmv records still show the registered owner from before the lien sale. So I was driving to get the smog done. I have a moving permit for that day and I get pulled over. The officer impounds my car. Officer looks at the bill of sale and assumed the seller(nephew) was the registered owner nephew gets notified of car impounded nephew goes and registered car in his name he gets the car I just bought from him and is trying to sell it.. I report car stolen police lie and say da reject
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