Vehicles that have been towed and impounded by Cortland Police for violations of either vehicle and traffic law or penal law in the state, look to be sold off.
The Cortland Police Department charges a daily impound fee for vehicles that are on the lot. Vehicles though are commonly abandoned through State Law as owners do not want to pay the impound fees that have accumulated.
This round will be 13 vehicles sold off by Cortland Police, some considered in good condition and with the vehicle key. Money raised by the sale will return to the police department budget and for future purchases of equipment and police vehicles.
A list of the vehicles and their condition can be seen below:
- 2002 Mercury Mountaineer, with keys, bad condition
- 2003 Subaru Outback, with keys, smashed windows
- 2007 Toyota Camry, with keys, heavy front damage
- 1987 Harley Davidson, no keys, good condition
- 2007 Honda Pilot, with keys, dents and scratches
- 2014 Chevy Equinox, with keys, rusty
- 2006 Audi A6, with keys, rusty
- 2016 Nissan Altima, with keys, good condition
- 2003 Ford CVC, with keys, dents and rust
- 2017 Jeep Cherokee, with keys, good condition
- 2008 GMC Envoy, no keys, bad condition
- 2007 Harley Davidson, with keys, minor rust
- 1987 Suzuki 999 MC, no keys, scratch, dent
All vehicles will be sold through Auction International, City of Cortland Police said to X101 News. The department is currently working on obtaining vehicle titles now that the department has council approval. CPD says the titles will take about 6 to 10 weeks to obtain and the vehicles not likely to be listed for about 8 weeks.
Anyone who additional questions on the upcoming auction of the vehicles should contact CPD, Deputy Chief David Guerrera at 607-756-2811.