A son and father worked together on a 1967 Camaro. The father signed the Camaro over to his son. The two later had a falling out. The Camaro was still located on the father's property. The father sold the vehicle and the son showed up to pick up the car. The father now faces six felonies because he forged his son's signature.
1. A father and son worked on a 1967 Camaro together.
2. The father signed the car over to his son.
3. The father and son had a falling out. The father forged his son's signature to sell the car.
Quote:"Dovichi signed the car over to his son Johnathan in 2008, which listed him as the sole owner on the new title. That makes Dovichi’s actions very illegal. But, he also had a few other tricks up his sleeve. The father forged his son’s signature to duplicate a pink slip and sell the car without him knowing." (Szymkowski, 2017)