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Chattanooga Police Department

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KnoxNews: State

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"The comments from the City Council reflect what everyone feels," said Shelley Parker, an attorney for the Chattanooga Police Department.


ChattanoogaNow | Chattanooga Times Free Press

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Shelley Parker , legal adviser for the Chattanooga Police Department , said he had not yet reviewed the decision.

We do not have any roadblocks planned at this time in conjunction with the Tennessee Highway Patrol , Mr. Parker said.If and when we do , we will naturally comply with the court's opinion..
An order from the Tennessee Department of Safety says enforcement roadblocks can be established for driver's license checks.But it also says that personnel must wear orange vests and use illuminated batons during hours of darkness.An officer testified that neither were used during Mr. Hicks' stop.


ChattanoogaNow | Chattanooga Times Free Press

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I'm not saying it's definite , but we're working out an agreement with TVA police , said Shelley Parker , the Police Department's legal counsel.It's in their hands now , and we should know something in a couple of weeks..

Mr. Parker said Chattanooga's four horses would be donated to the Tennessee Valley Authority along with some of the mounted patrol's equipment.If the Chattanooga Police Department decides to resume horse patrol operations within three years , the horses would be returned , he said.
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Mr. Parker said the department plans to donate nine saddles , eight helmets , assorted saddle bags , bridles , blankets and grooming aids.
The larger capital items we're keeping , Mr. Parker said.The pickup trucks stay.And one large trailer we're keeping if animal services ever needs to transport horses..


Shelley Parker, an attorney ...

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Shelley Parker, an attorney for the police department, said the lawsuit would be vigorously defended.Parker said he could not recall some of the examples cited in the suit that involved white officers.


Prostitutes' customers could lose vehicles under proposed law - Wednesday, 04/17/02

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Shelley Parker, attorney for the Chattanooga Police Department, appeared before the committee on behalf of the bill.

"This is patterned after a program in New York City that has been very successful in reducing street prostitution," Parker said.
The bill provides that after the cost of selling and storing the vehicle is deducted, the proceeds are divided equally between the state and the arresting agency.
Rep. Chris Newton, R-Cleveland, said local governments already have more seized vehicles from DUI and other arrests than they know what to do with."The locals are already covered up in everything from old junkers to Mercedes Benzes," Newton said.
"There are more old junkers than Mercedes Benzes," Buck observed.
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In response to a question from Buck, Parker said the car seizures would be at the discretion of the judge, meaning they are permissive instead of mandatory.
Rep. Keith Westmoreland, R-Kingsport, said if the legislature wants to do something about the prostitution problem it should enhance the penalty instead of taking someone's property.
"If they drive somewhere and go into a house, are you going to confiscate that house, also?"Westmoreland asked."Where do we draw the line?"
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Parker said it was not the intention of the legislation to permit the seizing of houses.
Because of uncertainty over the effect of some of the bill's provisions, further action was postponed until today.
Duren Cheek covers state government.Reach him via e-mail at dcheek@tennessean.com or by calling (615)726-4889.
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