The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles has "filed more than 400 charges against 12 employees" at a Nissan dealership in Shelby, North Carolina, cited a report from Jalopnik. The press release stated that "the initial investigation centered around the process used by individuals or dealers to rebuild salvage vehicles and the documents used to transfer of titles of those vehicles. During the investigation, additional information was found that led to additional charges.”
Facing charges from the state are former general manager Sam Kazran (110 counts of Failure to Inspect Vehicle Prior to Being Offered for Sale), Casey Ramsey, (38 counts of Failure to Deliver Title, 38 counts of Improper Use of Temporary Markers, four counts of Failure to Disclose Damage and one count of Making False Statement about Date of Sale), and 10 other employees with a combination of the aforementioned charges. One other employee, Amy Howell, was charged with one count each of Failure to Deliver Title and Failure to Disclose Damage.