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Impound situation


Diamond
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Im struggling to pay my impound fee , my car was held by the police And when I finally found out where my car was located at after weeks the fee was very high I didn’t kno if they held my car that I was responsible for the storage and tow fees , so I really need help to save my car, I’m struggling right now it’s been hard without my car 

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Why was the unit held? Was it a theft recovery, custody arrest, illegally parked?

When were you informed that the car was being held? I really find it hard to believe that you had no idea that there would be fees associated with the car being impounded. Please elaborate on your situation.

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3 hours ago, Diamond said:

Im struggling to pay my impound fee , my car was held by the police And when I finally found out where my car was located at after weeks the fee was very high I didn’t kno if they held my car that I was responsible for the storage and tow fees , so I really need help to save my car, I’m struggling right now it’s been hard without my car 

Well you don’t really have to believe and I didn’t want to get to deep into my personal situation but the car was held for evidence and never being in the situation ever In my life I thought that when officers hold your car for there reasons that there responsible for those fees 

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It depends on the department agency policy. If the vehicle is held to be processed and is the property of the victim of a crime the agency generally will pick up the tab. If the vehicle belongs to an alleged perp of a crime it is generally at the discretion of the agency. I have seen cars held for months to a few years in  criminal court cases.  It all depends on the policy of the agency. Down here if the vehicle was used in a crime it is likely to be seized and sold at auction. 

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