Hello! I'm sorry to hear about the situation!
It's very possible that you may hear about law enforcement regarding the matter.
It would certainly make sense for the state to inform you as to what's going on with your vehicle, question you as to the nature of the loan, etc.
If you are questioned, you'll want to have your attorney present.
Typically, an individual who loans a vehicle to a friend in good faith should not be responsible if the individual uses the vehicle for criminal
activity without the owner's consent.
However, you should have your attorney present for any questioning to help ensure that you don't make any statements that could be used against you in court
or that could give the appearance of impropriety, as anything you say may be used as evidence if the state determines that there's a sufficient basis to charge you with a crime.
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