My car was stolen I suspected my husband did it and I called police and told them I suspected my husband took it . Because we had gotten into a disagreement . They could do nothing about it . A few days later my car still hasn’t appeared my husband came back and told me he didn’t have the car and then I learn my car is being held for a hit and run What was alarming to me was that it had happen a few days prior from me making the report and I was never contacted at that point the impound informs me that it’s being held for a hit and run and she mentions homicide I ask her the person died ? And she mentioned to me that the driver of my vehicle fled the scene on foot and that it involved a motorcycle at this point I have not contacted the detective from the hit and run department I will be calling them tommorow but I’m freaking out . For the possibility of someone loosing there life . Is this the protocol for a hit and run homicide that they don’t look for suspect . You find out till you start calling cops and impound . Wouldn’t the cops be aggressive as in contacting me if there was really a dead person . Or could the person I spoke to maybe not know what they are speaking .
Anything is possible.
I cannot answer for the cops or explain the why of things.
What I can say is that If I were you then I would not be contacting the cops without a lawyer.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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