MindStalker: Skyd1v: It also depends on state law. Many moons ago I used to work for a car rental company (same company as in the article it turns out) and up here failing to return a rental car is considered to be a "Breach of Contract" - a civil issue. Cops absolutely will NOT get involved in any way.We used to call the cab companies and offer a $100.00 cash reward for information leading to us getting our car back. It worked amazingly well.So did this happen if it was a day late or would it have to be several days late before you'd start searching? Would you try to call the person first? I'd imagine there are frequent cases of "Oh yea, sorry, can we extend the contract by a few days?" Or they pretty much all attempted thefts?
Pocket Ninja: Ah, Patch. Employing plucky local reporters and citizen journalists who know that it's completely unimportant in an article like this to explain little details like when the car was rented and how long overdue it was. The state of local news is wonderful, folks. AOL is looking out for us all.
Amos Quito: FTA: "During a post-arrest search of Ms. Green's possessions, an officer located 13 Social Security cards, 13 Medicaid cards and other cards, several of which did not have the name of either Dayvon or Valerie Green.
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