Parked in a handicap zone

Should these officers get in trouble

Friday oct.25,2013 at 1:30 pm observed both of these patrol cars parked in front of Linn county courthouse in areas that they should not have been parked in when appropriate spots were available to them. Should they get in trouble as would or could any average citizen?

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Ya,ya says ... on Wednesday, Dec 11 at 1:09 AM

Ya des parking spots be used by the handicaps! Theys not above the laws! My G unit brothers be wondn wat they doin! Dis cop be eatn dooky donuts! We be rolln around lookn for stuff lik dis! danks for the info bro man!

shdw134 says ... on Friday, Nov 8 at 3:13 PM

I for one do agree that the officers do go out and protect us all, and am great full for that. What i was showing in this is that the officers have become so lax in the law for themselves that they think they can do whatever.

hmmm says ... on Tuesday, Nov 5 at 3:01 AM

yes they should. In both cases where the state troopers were caught speeding they both received tickets. it is no diffrent in this case. everybody must follow the law. nobody should be above that.

really says ... on Thursday, Oct 31 at 4:06 PM

These PEOPLE go out to protect us day and night and we are going to worry about which spot they parked in? $10 says if they were responding to your family in need you won't care which spot they park in. Get off the doughnuts joke so over done!

fuzz buster says ... on Wednesday, Oct 30 at 1:10 PM

Heck yeah they should!!! Unless they are responding to an emergencey, but I bet more than likely they are about 4 jelly doughnuts deep and dont want to walk!

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