Tickets Issued To Poor Parkers At Boca Raton's Town Center Mall

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An officer issues a ticket to a driver at Boca Raton's Town Center mall who parked in a non-space between two handicapped spaces

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A reminder if you are heading to the mall for holiday shopping. The police are out and about and will ticket you if you are parked illegally. A spot check this morning showed Boca Police Officers writing tickets to motorists who blatantly parked where they are not supposed to, including the driver of the car shown who managed to park between two handicapped spots — even though there is no handicapped tag on the car. They are also confirming that handicap placards are with the right people (in other words: if you're borrowing your cousin's handicapped card, you're going to be cited).

Security and police are also presumably keeping their eyes out for folks who park in the “new or expectant mother” spots without a car seat, baby to push, or noticeable bump.

While a little more difficult to enforce, those spots are reserved for those with babies or expecting. The parking lot at Town Center Mall is private property, which means the mall sets the rules.

 

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