Last week a Florida police chief shamefully
The Facebook-wielding vigilante, David Bires, posted photos of the egregious parking job, noting that residents were being fined $40 tickets if they blocked the sidewalk while parked in their own driveway and that the police chief shouldn’t be immune to the parking rules.
Chief Tennyson said he was attending a meeting at City Hall with City Manager
During the meeting, he received a call from one of his road supervisors, who let him know he done messed up.
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