Jean peacock doesn't have an easy time getting around, especially when she's trying to park in a handicap spot.
Peacock said, “I’ve got ruptured tendons, so it's hard for me to walk from one spot to the other. When other people park there and there's nothing wrong with them, it makes me mad.”
Peacock is one of too many ending up at the back of the lot and finding out their handicap passes are missing
Dothan Resident Annie Savage said, “Somebody took it away from me. I don't know how they took it. Maybe the window was let down.”
Still Sgt. Rachel David says not everyone gets away with it. Some of them run right into the law.
Sgt. David said, “Occasionally, when we do have someone who will come out, typically they will immediately recognize they were illegally parked.”
But some people are blowing the whistle themselves.
Sgt. David said, “We do get complaints from citizens some of those who are qualified to park some are not but have just seen a violation.”
Savage says she's thought about saying something, but it's harder than it looks.
Savage said, “You think about it, but you don't know how people might respond because people act so ugly.”
Thinking about asking them to move, so she can move a little bit easier.