Do you mean that even though the company would want to pursue criminal charges that the prosecutor can simply deny to charge this person? I am not saying that this should go to the top of their list (of course not), however, how can they simply choose not to pursue charges for car theft? Regarding the criminal intent, the policy officer who took the report was able to see and wrote down the text messages from this person saying that the car was at his house. The police officer tried to call this person when he arrived at his home and left a message saying that he 'must be mistaken' and to return the car immediately. This was on Friday.
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