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While I cannot comment on your specific case, generally, a registered and titled owner can take possession of the vehicle at any time, as long as, such repossession is done without disturbance of the peace.
So generally, it is a good idea to hire a licensed repossession company which can in fact repossess the vehicle and turn the vehicle to the possession of the legal titled owner, who in turn can then surrender the vehicle to the auto finance company (as long as, there is enough equity in the vehicle to cover the outstanding auto loan balance) or the owner can keep or sell the vehicle at the owner's discretion.
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While I cannot comment on your specific case, generally, the police department would not forward any information related to the applicants background investigation / application, especially if they are voluntarily disclosed to any third parties and even if they did, it would be highly unlikely that military would take any action based on such report, since there would not be any proof of illegal drug use, other than applicant's word years later.
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