US marshals’ vehicles get parking tickets at hospital after colleague’s death
Several U.S. Marshals received tickets while parked outside a hospital where their colleague died
By PoliceOne Staff
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Several U.S. Marshals received tickets while parked outside a hospital where their colleague died.
PennLive reports that several U.S. Marshal vehicles were parked outside a Pennsylvania hospital’s emergency room after Deputy U.S. Marshal Deputy Christopher David Hill was shot while serving a warrant. Hill later died from his injuries at the hospital.
Mayor Eric Papenfuse said sometimes this kind of mistake happens when parking enforcement officers don’t recognize unmarked vehicles.
“It will be a straightforward process to have the tickets waived,” he said.