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Officer Accused Of Parking Illegally At Disney

05 May 2010 by WESH Orlando

Officer Accused Of Parking Illegally At Disney

Police Chief Says Garvin Could Lose Vehicle Privilege, Get Ticket


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- A local police officer could be in trouble after a visit to Walt Disney World.

Daytona Beach Lt. Major Garvin is accused of taking a personal trip to Disney's Wide World of Sports in his city vehicle and parking in a handicapped spot.

His badge and ID card were spotted on the dashboard.

Garvin's chief said he could get a ticket or lose the privilege of taking his car home.

"A handicapped spot is there for handicapped individuals to use -- not for a fully functioning police officer," Daytona Beach Police Chief Mike Chitwood said.

Garvin was fired in 2008 after failing a lie detector test regarding demanding free coffee from a beachside Starbucks.

An arbitrator ordered him back to work earlier this year.


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