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I was in relationship with my boyfriend for 2 years. After we split up he took a my car without my consent, forged my signature on the back of the ownership endorsing the vehicle to him .In spite my police report he managed to transfer Vehicle to his name. We both live in Ontario, where common law applies after 3 years of living together as a couple. He also forged a signature on my credit card and made purchases of over $8000.
The police department is refusing to press criminal charges in regards forged documents. I made a complaint to Police Civil Service Commission and the local Police is reinvestigating the case. I submitted all the documents that I received from the Ministry of transport that clearly show that signature is forged (my fist name is miss spelled).
I was under impression after talking to Detective assigned that that they will not press charges.
What is wrong with this picture? Can somebody explain me the legal grounds for these decisions? I thought that forging the signature on thee a document is criminal act especially in the case when the benefit is a car (value over $5000).
I contacted MPP office and Ontario Ombudsman office. They were empathetic , but didnít help.
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