Request #19-2942

Due to a discrepancy with billing info via Toyota financial services, my leased car was repossessed while I was on my honeymoon--therefore, I got no notice ahead of time, and no warning whatsoever.  Regardless, when I purchased the car outright and went to pick up my car from After Hours Recovery in Vacaville, my car had been broken into and all my belongings bagged up in a muddy trash bag sitting in my back seat, mini alcohol bottles were on the floor of the passengers seat (and i have been sober for 3 years), and both of my license plates were missing. When I saw my car last and when my roommate saw the tow truck taking my car, both plates were attached.


June 10, 2019 via web


July 22, 2019


Police Department





Point of Contact

Alisha Banda

Due Date Changed   Details Public
07/22/2019 (was 06/20/2019). Our agency is in the process of reviewing your requested records to determine what information can be released in accordance with the California Public Records Act. All records must be reviewed and in some cases redaction may be necessary. Due to the Department’s limited staffing resources and the numerous public records requests received, our agency needs additional time to respond to your request. All records that are not exempt will be provided within 30 days. Please contact the undersigned if you need the records sooner or can identify a shorter list of records (for voluminous requests) that can be provided to you. We will do our best to work with you. We appreciate your patience.
June 20, 2019, 9:22am
Department Assignment Public
Police Department
June 10, 2019, 4:01pm
Request Opened Public
Request received via web
June 10, 2019, 4:01pm