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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Das Boot

Posted By on Wed, Sep 19, 2007 at 6:36 PM

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 UPDATE: Still booted in 100 block of Main St.

 

The city reports first-day progress on the boot front. From the city:

Here is a summary of the days activities related to immobilization.

There were three vehicles immobilized today.

Vehicle 1 Immobilized at 9:30 a.m. in the 100 block of Main Street
License 839LCT
Owner Jennifer Heimbaugh, 1155 Front St, Conway 72032
Amount Owed $2,210.00
Current Status The vehicle is still immobilized.  The owner has a hearing schedule with Bryan Day tomorrow at 11:30.  Her vehicle will not be towed/released till after Bryan conducts his hearing.

Vehicle 2 Immobilized at 10:05 a.m. in the 200 block of W 2nd.  
License 775HKN
Owner Greg D. Slocum, 15108 Kanis Rd, Little Rock 72223
Amount Owed $1,290.00
Current Status Mr. Slocum appeared in Court and paid in full.  The vehicle was released at 2:45pm

Vehicle 3 Immobilized at 10:30 a.m. in the 500 block of W. Capitol
License YA48
Owner Crystal Cokeley, 8725 Mabelvale Cutoff, Mabelvale 72103
Amount Owed $1,160.00
Current Status Ms. Cokely paid in full at the Court Cashiers.  The vehicle was released at 4:15 pm

In addition seven others who had been eligible to be immobilized paid in full at the Court Cashiers.  These seven paid a total of $4,210 in fines.

 

 


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