Police Blotter – Whatta’ya wanna do about it?

  • Sunday, June 22, 2014

A man called police to report that his car had been stolen a few days prior. It turns out it was his son who had taken the car, the report said. According to the police report, the son was allegedly refusing the bring the car back home.

The victim told police he allowed his son to use the car to go to work, but his son did not go to work nor did he show up at work all weekend.

He called his son when he learned this and the son allegedly refused to bring the car back.

According to the report, the officer asked the father if he wanted to press charges, but he said no; he just wanted the car returned.

The officer asked if the man knew where his son might be or places he might frequent, and the father said he did not.

All the officers could do was advise the man to be on the lookout for his car and call them should he see it.

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