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Old 06-16-2012, 12:36 AM
 
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A few weeks ago, Elijah backed into my car in Florissant causing $3400 in damage. We exchanged info, but it turns out he gave me bogus info. He showed me an insurance card for Progressive Insurance but they have no record of him. He also gave me his driver's license, but didn't bother to tell me that he recently moved and the address on the license is his old house. The phone number he gave me is also bogus.

He's about 17 years old which is making it difficult to track him down because everything he does is probably under his mother's name, which I don't know. He is (or was) likely a student at McCluer North or McCluer high school (or possibly Hazelwood Central). He used to live on New Halls Ferry.

If anyone knows him I'm looking for his mother's name, a current address, and/or a current phone number.

Thanks.

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Old 06-17-2012, 04:49 PM
 
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You need to get the police involved.
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Old 06-18-2012, 10:48 AM
 
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A few weeks ago, Elijah backed into my car in Florissant causing $3400 in damage.

Thanks.
Next time, why have you waited a few weeks to pursue this?

Next time, be sure to take down the person's license tag number.

This time, the police can easily go through the Department of Motor Vehicles using the driver's license number, which you have.
(To locate the car, or the adult in who's name the car is registered)

Next time, one of the golden rules, is to call the police to come out, and write up a report.
Then you have written proof that their information is phony, or obsolete, and they intentionally falsified a document created by the cop at the accident scene. Which is a serious offense, lying to the police.

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