Tue 16 Nov, 2010 09:28 am
University of New Mexico parking and transportation attendants ticketed a car containing the corpse of a missing woman three times last week. “One of the things that bothered the family was how someone was able to take a ticket and put it on the windshield three days in a row, and not ever notice a body right on the front seat,”
“We'd had that vehicle, an attempt to locate that vehicle out since the fourth,” Albuquerque police Sgt. Trish Hoffman said.
But Action 7 News has learned the car had been car had been parked in the same spot for at least three days, during which it had collected three tickets.
Under UNM’s policy, a car gets a boot after five days. But unless the car blocks traffic or is in a fire lane, it does not get towed until after 30 days. Additionally, the plates are not run until the car is towed.
Albuquerque police said evidence suggests Simmons committed suicide. The case is now closed.
Geez man! When you're dead you can park anywhere you want without fear of being ticketed. You gotta' set priorities.
What it the same person giving the tickets?
Look Chai, there are people who write tickets, and there are people who report dead bodies. It's called specialization.
once again roger, you're right.
what was I thinking?