I received a contact form from Lynn Evans with a question for the Magee Police Department.  I contacted Chief Randy Crawford and he answered her question.
Question from Lynn Evans:
"My daughter in law borrowed my car to carry her kids to their other grandmothers house. Later, she got stopped by Magee police. She had a drug pipe in her purse. Magee police seized MY CAR. Now I have no transportation. Tell me how that's fair. It's not in my book. Why am I being punished for something she did??????"
Answer from Magee Police Chief Randy Crawford:
Attorney Mr. Tullos called the department on her (Evans) behalf.  We agreed to release the hold on Lynn Evans' vehicle but she has to pay for the wrecker bill.  She is not telling the complete story.  This is the second time that she (daughter-in-law) was arrested on felony possession charges.  The "pipe" she was referring to was full of methamphetamine.  She could have and should have gotten no bond.  As far as the vehicle is concerned, if a vehicle owner allows a known drug user to use a vehicle, the owner takes responsibility for the driver's action.
But given the circumstances of her (Mrs. Evans) not having a car, we agreed to release the vehicle with the understanding if she allowed her daughter-in-law to drive the car again, the vehicle would be seized.
People in Magee need to know if you are going to use a vehicle and do drugs and/or transport drugs in Magee, we will arrest you and seize the vehicle and begin the forfeiture process in accordance to State Law.
The police just enforce the laws and are trying to make Magee a safer community. We have a Zero tolerance for drug activity.
(If at anytime the public has a question for the Magee Police Department, submit the Contact Us Form on MageeNews.com. I will contact the PD for an answer)
I received this reply from Lynn Evans Wednesday, April 25th)
Thank you Sue. No one has let me know I could come get my car. If I hadn't contacted you, I would never have known. Thank you so much.  I appreciate you and all your help. Thanks again.