Local father wins fight to keep son’s car following fatal drunk driving crash (MO)

Letters from the Homeowner’s Association arrived after they had received complaints about the car, reminding Allen the rules don’t allow junk cars on people’s properties. They wanted him to get rid of it. If he didn’t, they made clear that they have authority to remove the car at Allen’s expense.  The Homeowner’s Association even contacted a lawyer, who also sent Allen a letter.  Unsure of how to get an exception to the rule, he contacted News 4, who contacted the neighbors.  No one would speak on camera, but after multiple phone calls and emails over a period of weeks, the Homeowner’s Association’s lawyer had a change of heart.     Read the article……………


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