for sure

Elizabethtown, KY

#21 Jan 27, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>you can judge my comments all you want,but you still have not answered my question.......can a judge give a court order to seize a car that money is owed on? and who is responsible for the balance?
They will not seize cars with an outstanding loan. They will impound them, then release them to the owner once the investigation is complete.
Carguy

Elizabethtown, KY

#22 Jan 29, 2013
for sure wrote:
<quoted text>
They will not seize cars with an outstanding loan. They will impound them, then release them to the owner once the investigation is complete.
This is %100 Correct.
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#23 Feb 2, 2013
for sure wrote:
<quoted text>
They will not seize cars with an outstanding loan. They will impound them, then release them to the owner once the investigation is complete.
the owner being who? the borrower or the loan holder?
Lein Holder

Elizabethtown, KY

#24 Feb 2, 2013
if the "offender" is not incarcerated for very long then he/she will get the vehicle back after paying impound and storage fees. If he/she is sent to the "pokey" then the lein holder will reposses the vehicle once the payment conditions are not met.
believe a cracker

Bolivar, MO

#25 Feb 2, 2013
Lein Holder wrote:
if the "offender" is not incarcerated for very long then he/she will get the vehicle back after paying impound and storage fees. If he/she is sent to the "pokey" then the lein holder will reposses the vehicle once the payment conditions are not met.
what if borrower does not pay storage or impound fees? can the lender still reposses?
Lein Holder

Elizabethtown, KY

#26 Feb 2, 2013
The vehicle will still be released to the lein holder.

When a vehicle is impounded for investigative purposes it is impounded on a city owned lot, not a tow company's lot. In which case the impound fees can and will be waived if the borrower loses it because of lack of payment due to the fact that he/she is incarcerated. If the borrower still makes the payment, they will be responsible for whatever fee the city charges for storage of the vehicle.
iff

Campbellsville, KY

#27 Feb 3, 2013
Lein Holder wrote:
The vehicle will still be released to the lein holder.
When a vehicle is impounded for investigative purposes it is impounded on a city owned lot, not a tow company's lot. In which case the impound fees can and will be waived if the borrower loses it because of lack of payment due to the fact that he/she is incarcerated. If the borrower still makes the payment, they will be responsible for whatever fee the city charges for storage of the vehicle.
if the vehicle is caught up in a drug bust task force will take it if it is a free title OR close to payed off!!if not we will not take it.barney..
well

Elizabethtown, KY

#28 Feb 3, 2013
They have a ford edge as well. Silver.
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#29 Feb 12, 2013
Lein Holder wrote:
The vehicle will still be released to the lein holder.
When a vehicle is impounded for investigative purposes it is impounded on a city owned lot, not a tow company's lot. In which case the impound fees can and will be waived if the borrower loses it because of lack of payment due to the fact that he/she is incarcerated. If the borrower still makes the payment, they will be responsible for whatever fee the city charges for storage of the vehicle.
how many cities have tow companies lots? does etown,or will they soon? do you see where i am going with this?
kuntrygirl

Elizabethtown, KY

#30 Feb 12, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>where did you go? i was waiting for you to tell me how ignorant i was again.:(
Hey cracker, youre not going to hear from this weirdo again, I think you blew him away. lol Good job!
believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#31 Feb 12, 2013
kuntrygirl wrote:
<quoted text> Hey cracker, youre not going to hear from this weirdo again, I think you blew him away. lol Good job!
he will probably just come back under a different name on another thread,but thanks.
kuntrygirl

Elizabethtown, KY

#32 Feb 12, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>he will probably just come back under a different name on another thread,but thanks.
Probably it is soooo funny how some of these people are it totally cracks me up!! I mean how long has it been now that the KSP and Etown police have been driving different undercover vehicles now? lol he just came off the crack enough to notice i guess. LMAO
Lein Holder

Elizabethtown, KY

#33 Feb 12, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>how many cities have tow companies lots? does etown,or will they soon? do you see where i am going with this?
No clue where you are going with this... E-town does not have a tow company. They use any tow company that wants to be on the rotation as long as that company meets safety requirements, and agree to charge a certain amount for a tow fee. A lot of companies do not get on the rotation because they want to charge more than the city will allow.

believe a cracker

Columbia, KY

#34 Feb 13, 2013
Lein Holder wrote:
<quoted text>
No clue where you are going with this... E-town does not have a tow company. They use any tow company that wants to be on the rotation as long as that company meets safety requirements, and agree to charge a certain amount for a tow fee. A lot of companies do not get on the rotation because they want to charge more than the city will allow.
ok, etown owns its lot...i get it. what if another city outsources the impound lot,does the lender have legal right to the vehicle if money is owed? also, if 2000 dollars is owed on a car that is worth 25,000, can a city pay off the 2000 owed,and sell the car at a profit legally if fine are unpaid?
Lein Holder

Elizabethtown, KY

#35 Feb 13, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>ok, etown owns its lot...i get it. what if another city outsources the impound lot,does the lender have legal right to the vehicle if money is owed? also, if 2000 dollars is owed on a car that is worth 25,000, can a city pay off the 2000 owed,and sell the car at a profit legally if fine are unpaid?
Good question...I don't know. Seizures normally come from dirt bags that are driving sh!tty cars to begin with, or they are nice cars that were paid for with cash. I have never seen a vehicle taken with a loan that was not returned to the owner or lein holder. It is actually very rare to seize a vehicle anyway. I assume that it is possible to seize a vehicle with a loan and then pay it off, but I cannot imagine that happening since money to purchase seized vehicle would not be in the city budget. And that is a no, no to buy outside of the budget. And seizing a vehicle is a paperwork nightmare! The court has to get involved and the time span that decision are made are not something that happens quickly. By the time money could be allocated the loan would be called, and then the dirtbag drug dealer would be liable for the balance. BUt like I said, that would be a paperwork nightmare and a decision from a judge. Not likley to happen, but in theory possible I guess.
believe a cracker

Greensburg, KY

#36 Feb 13, 2013
Lein Holder wrote:
<quoted text>
Good question...I don't know. Seizures normally come from dirt bags that are driving sh!tty cars to begin with, or they are nice cars that were paid for with cash. I have never seen a vehicle taken with a loan that was not returned to the owner or lein holder. It is actually very rare to seize a vehicle anyway. I assume that it is possible to seize a vehicle with a loan and then pay it off, but I cannot imagine that happening since money to purchase seized vehicle would not be in the city budget. And that is a no, no to buy outside of the budget. And seizing a vehicle is a paperwork nightmare! The court has to get involved and the time span that decision are made are not something that happens quickly. By the time money could be allocated the loan would be called, and then the dirtbag drug dealer would be liable for the balance. BUt like I said, that would be a paperwork nightmare and a decision from a judge. Not likley to happen, but in theory possible I guess.
wow,maybe next time i have a question for you hardin county government employees, i will ask on topix,because we all know you hate answering the phone. the answer is yes,it is possible and is being done in bigger cities.
that is where i was going with this!:)
again

Elizabethtown, KY

#37 Feb 13, 2013
believe a cracker wrote:
<quoted text>wow,maybe next time i have a question for you hardin county government employees, i will ask on topix,because we all know you hate answering the phone. the answer is yes,it is possible and is being done in bigger cities.
that is where i was going with this!:)
you are a fool and spew forth your listless brain dealings and many don't want to hear it. lol go do something worthwhile like play in the traffic.
believe a cracker

Greenbrier, AR

#38 Feb 15, 2013
again wrote:
<quoted text>
you are a fool and spew forth your listless brain dealings and many don't want to hear it. lol go do something worthwhile like play in the traffic.
man that was original,lol. bureaucrats never want to hear it! i see you, you almost look like you enjoy it when the line backs up at your county office. do you?
this should be enjoyable, what listless brain dealings are you talking about? could you give me examples,and maybe we could have an adult disagreement? or would just like to stop by and make insulting comments?
tellya

Greensburg, KY

#39 Feb 16, 2013
Lein Holder wrote:
<quoted text>
Good question...I don't know. Seizures normally come from dirt bags that are driving sh!tty cars to begin with, or they are nice cars that were paid for with cash. I have never seen a vehicle taken with a loan that was not returned to the owner or lein holder. It is actually very rare to seize a vehicle anyway. I assume that it is possible to seize a vehicle with a loan and then pay it off, but I cannot imagine that happening since money to purchase seized vehicle would not be in the city budget. And that is a no, no to buy outside of the budget. And seizing a vehicle is a paperwork nightmare! The court has to get involved and the time span that decision are made are not something that happens quickly. By the time money could be allocated the loan would be called, and then the dirtbag drug dealer would be liable for the balance. BUt like I said, that would be a paperwork nightmare and a decision from a judge. Not likley to happen, but in theory possible I guess.
this is correct,it takes months to a year for the papper wk to go through and judge signs off on it.in BALTIMORE MD, where i retire from we would inpound the vehicle if it was played in a drug deal or connected to a felony situation we would inpound it start papper wk and see what was owed etc and make decsion what we would do with it.we would seize 20 to 30 wk at times,motorcycles,etc but had a 1 year to auction the court released ones to be sold at public auction.at least we would know which cars,trucks,motorcycles where worth anything and had some checked by post mechanics if my buddies where going to bid on anythig i guess thats one advantage being a cop...
whaaaa

Elizabethtown, KY

#41 Feb 16, 2013
Bwahaha wrote:
<quoted text>
Were you one of the cops that murders people to give their dirt bikes and 4 wheelers to your kids?
Did your parents have any children that lived?

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