Our 19 y/o responsible firefighter/EMT/college student son messed up. He got a couple of months behind on his truck payment. While he was visiting our house a few weeks ago (with the purpose of asking for money to borrow) and I was outside in the dog yard, an unmarked tow truck pulls down our driveway, backs up to my son's truck and starts to hook a chain to the vehicle. I walk over and tell them they must have the wrong house. They ignore me and continue hooking the truck up. I then yell for them get the **** of our property and they are trespassing. One fellow gives me a smug look and says, "I'm re-poing your truck." I tell him it is my son's truck and to get his hands off of it, show me a legal repossession order from the bank and then I will leave him alone. He refuses to show me any paperwork unless I give him the keys. At this time d/s is at the scene and hands over the keys before I can tell him not to. Anyway it turns out to be legitimate and they tow the truck away, but not before I have taken photos of them, their license plates and their truck. At this point I am livid. Someone trespassed and messed with a truck on my property without my permission. I had no idea what company they worked for. I was upset at my son for giving up the keys without proof of legitamacy as well as not paying his payments on time. So I call the Alaska state troopers to report them as tresspassers. Well,the trooper I spoke with had no sympathy and told me at least four times that had my son made his car payments it wouldn't be an issue. I'm like duhhh. So I ask him if it's ok for some hoodlum re-po company to tresspass and take back the banks property without letting the land owner know or proving it. The trooper said it was legal. I told the cop that had I been in the house when they arrived I would come out with a gun and ordered them off the property. The trooper said if that had happened and been reported I could have been arrested. So when a couple of hoodlums show up on my property, attempt to tow away a truck without proof of repossession and were I to protect my property with a firearm I become the criminal. Does this seem wrong to the rest of you?? I figured that I had rights as a landowner. Yes d/s most certainly should not have put us in this position. They ended towing his car 350 miles away to Anchorage so not counting the past due payments it ended up costing him (me until he pays me back) an additional $800 in towing, detailing and transportation costs. I doubt he screw up like this again.