The dealership will pay. Not sure the insurance will cover this act.....intentionally reporting a car stolen to have it recovered?
Me thinks the attorney will have this resolved in the not too distant future, especially since the suit has been filed and amended to reflect current events.
Sawyer, the plaintiff, will be driving a very nice car for many years to come and have lots of spare $$$ in their pocket.
I think $2.2 mil is appropriate; arrested...now a record...endangering their job....using On Star to tack the vehicle (On Star might be a exposed here to for providing non-public information to non-authorized 3rd parties).....the public humiliation....The attorney for Sawyer will also see a nice payday.