police car parked in no parking zone (ariapita ave)

Illegal parking by police officer

On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, during the hours of 3-6 pm, Ariapita avenue is designated as being a no parking zone. Are police officers above the law in this respect? Are they allowed to add to the already frustrating traffic that drivers and passengers alike have to deal with? The pictures attached show a police car parked in front of Jacqueline's patisserie today (Monday 28th January) at approximately 4:30pm

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asa17 says ... on Wednesday, May 29 at 9:11 PM

You know if one of those persons making comments here were victim of crime and they called the police and the police parked two miles away and walk, they would be vex. It is a POLICE VEHICLE! EMERGENCIES HAPPEN!!!

Someone with common sense says ... on Sunday, May 26 at 5:40 PM

Some ppl need to understand what police do and what a marked police vehicle is about. Those vehicles r emergency vehicles and unlike d general public who wld park and leave dey vehicle n go dey way these officers r on actual duty....

me says ... on Thursday, Feb 14 at 11:58 PM

a marked police vehicle , parked illegally ??? lol learn the law..

Fancisco Runiz says ... on Monday, Feb 4 at 6:26 PM

i love the police

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