Need some help/FML/Eff me in the A
So...long story. Buckle up, grab a drink and listen up. My wife's cousin is a 20 year old female who works two jobs and goes to school full time to become a nurse. She was dating a man who abused her, but she never left because she felt she had nowhere to go.My wife and I invited her in to our home. Well, her ex boyfriend is crazy. I don't mean that in a figurative sense, he might literally have some mental problems.A few months ago, they bought a car together, with her as the primary owner and him as the secondary. After she left, he went out and bought a gun. He followed her home from work at midnight to our new house, approached her car and began to beat on the windows and rip off the door handles. She called the police instead of me, and they came and placed a protective order on her and the house. They also stipulated that he can not own a gun. Can't charge him with car damage since he is on the title.The next day he came and took the car. There was a 15 minute window the entire day that I was gone and that said cousin got home. Which means he was watching my house. Police say yeah he has it, but maybe he had a friend come get it.A week later, we're driving to get her W2s and she sees her car at a dealership. We approach, hoping we can take it and go. He's in the car. She starts taking her personal belongings from their car and he pushes her, so I pushed him. Well, he fell back in to a steel pole and a car, so he calls the police. The police talk to us all and arrest him by order of the DA, presumably because even though we approached him unknowingly he should not have pushed her. As I type this, he has been in jail two days.We can not find anyway to take him off the title. As primary, it's up to her to pay insurance. If she cancels it and he wrecks it, they'll go after her. If she surrenders it, he can still go get it and we're back in the same boat. They still want payment and he can still go get it.Thoughts? Sympathy? I feel so damn bad for her, it's like there is no way for her to get away from him.