Last night my boyfriend along with my 12 year old son dropped his 12 year old friend off from football practice. They pulled in the driveway at which point an unmarked cargo van pulled in behind them. No one identified themselves or brought out any paperwork, 3 men jumped out and came to all sides of the car yelling and cursing saying "this is our car now!". 1 of them men had a knife and proceeded to bang it on the drivers side window then ran around the car and popped all 4 tires, my son was screaming and crying and terrified, at this point my son's friend was out of the vehicle but kind of standing there in shock, my boyfriend yelled for him to go in the house, at this point the van rammed the car so hard that the back end of the it was off of the ground, my boyfriend called the police and the men continued to bang on the vehicle and yell. One of them came over and was trying to read the VIN, this is when my boyfriend finally realized what was happening. When they realized he was on the phone with the police dept the man with the knife actually took off running and was gone when the police arrived. They took pictures of the damage to both vehicles from the ramming and the tire marks where the car was propelled forward, they spoke to my boyfriend, my son, my son's friend who we found out when the van shot forward the corner actually bumped him (he was not injured just shaken up) and a neighbor across the street that witnessed everything. She corroberated everyone else's statements and the man with the knife and the man that was driving were taken to jail, the police told me he would be charged with a felony. When we got home my son was still crying and said he thought they were going to die, he actually vomited. I know the repossossion order was valid and we do not dispute that but I also know that they can't do what they did. What recourse do we have and against who? The police officer advised us to get a copy of the police report and pictures of the scene and to contact a lawyer.