New Jersey Woman Arrested After Keeping Rental Car for Six Months

A New Jersey woman was arrested last week after keeping a rental car for six months, according to a New Jersey.com report. Ivelisse Pabon-Rosado of Hoboken was charged with possession of stolen property.

While writing out a ticket for a double-parked car, a police officer discovered that this 2013 Hyundai had been stolen, according to the report. Avis reported the vehicle stolen when Pabon-Rosado failed to return the car after a three-day rental.

Pabon-Rosado told the officer that she had called the Avis rental company before Jan. 2 to extend the rental agreement and they said OK, according to the New Jersey.com report.

Avis reported the vehicle stolen on Feb. 11, says the report.

Click here for the full New Jersey.com report: http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index.ssf/2013/07/hoboken_woman_accused_of_keepi.html

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