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Anyone around Tulsa missin a car?

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The deputy should have impounded it. The wrecker service will keep it in their yard and when the tow and storage fees pile up, they’ll send the registered owner a letter telling them to come get it or the state will issue title to the wrecker yard and they can sell it at auction.
 

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The deputy should have impounded it. The wrecker service will keep it in their yard and when the tow and storage fees pile up, they’ll send the registered owner a letter telling them to come get it or the state will issue title to the wrecker yard and they can sell it at auction.
If it was in my hay field and it was muddy, it would not be my first choice for a heavy wrecker rutting it to hell to recover an abandoned vehicle.
 

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The deputy should have impounded it. The wrecker service will keep it in their yard and when the tow and storage fees pile up, they’ll send the registered owner a letter telling them to come get it or the state will issue title to the wrecker yard and they can sell it at auction.
What I was thinking. I would wait until the land owner tells me it's dry enough first.
 

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Cut the converter/s off of it and drag it to the gate so a wrecker can impound it. They will send a notice to the crackhead within a few days and he will know it is at the impound lot and won't come bothering you guys once his high fades away.
 

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The deputy should have impounded it. The wrecker service will keep it in their yard and when the tow and storage fees pile up, they’ll send the registered owner a letter telling them to come get it or the state will issue title to the wrecker yard and they can sell it at auction.
The deputy said “It’s on private property so I can’t have it towed”. In that same line he mentioned there hadn’t been a crime committed so there wasn’t much he could do. I thought trespassing and tearing ruts in a hayfield should be some sort of crime. Lol

Yeah we don’t want that right now anyhow since it’s wet.
The deputy kinda winked and also said we could drag it to the road ditch, report it being there and then it’d get towed”

Yeah we might do that. He also said a wrecker company would probably happily come pick it up when things dry up and the do like mentioned above where they deal with the owner or sellin it to recoup their “expenses”. That’s probably what we will do. Let things dry up, wrecker goes in and loads it and we just forget about it.
 

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The deputy said “It’s on private property so I can’t have it towed”. In that same line he mentioned there hadn’t been a crime committed so there wasn’t much he could do. I thought trespassing and tearing ruts in a hayfield should be some sort of crime. Lol

Yeah we don’t want that right now anyhow since it’s wet.
The deputy kinda winked and also said we could drag it to the road ditch, report it being there and then it’d get towed”

Yeah we might do that. He also said a wrecker company would probably happily come pick it up when things dry up and the do like mentioned above where they deal with the owner or sellin it to recoup their “expenses”. That’s probably what we will do. Let things dry up, wrecker goes in and loads it and we just forget about it.

The deputy could have towed it. Sounds like he’s avoiding making a report and doing the impound forms. It’s an abandoned vehicle on your property without your permission. Would he leave it there if it was left in someones front yard?
 

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The deputy could have towed it. Sounds like he’s avoiding making a report and doing the impound forms. It’s an abandoned vehicle on your property without your permission. Would he leave it there if it was left in someones front yard?
You seem to have missed how wet the field is... towing it now would do more harm than good.
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