Police Capt. Rita Baker, executive officer in the department's Administrative Services Bureau, the office over the property guards, told Eisenstein she wasn't aware that multiple tickets were being written.
didn't believe that was the proper procedure.
became aware that was happening, she
officers that the proper procedure was one ticket and then the vehicle is towed.
Eisenstein said the only reason the incident made it to the captain was because Williams was the one cited, and he
in fact got two breaks that day because his
vehicle wasn't towed and the police department sent a letter requesting one of the tickets be dismissed.
"If I was doing something special for Phil Williams, your honor," Baker
said, "I would have asked that both tickets be dismissed."