I just found out that my roomate has an expired drives license from the state of georgia. He bought a truck and had to have someone else get the truck registered in his name. Should I be worried and how do I found out if my roomate isn't illegal or done some horrible things in the past. the employer writes him personel checks and the bank cashes them every week with a fee. We are currently in oklahoma. How is he getting by with a expired driver license?Its been expired for over 2 years. He drinks heavily and drives everyday. How do I inform the police or what do I say. Oklahoma has a law" Over the limit-under arrest. I have his tag # XXXXX social security #.
State/Country relating to Question: Oklahoma
Nothing. I promise to give you the $28 balance in my accout. This is some real stuff and I want this man out of my life.
There are backround checks that you can have done. These can be found on the internet. If you know where he is from, you can do a lookup of police records using his name. If he has a social security number he is probably legal. You can call the police, report the tag number and let them know an unlicensed driver is driving the vehicle. Tell them you are concerned. If you know he is intoxicated then you can call that in as well. Sometimnes it is usefulk to follow the driver, call the police from a cell phone and give the exact location.
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