PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - No matter where you park, whether on public property or private property, the Phoenix Police Volunteer Placard Patrol can cite you.

[WATCH: PHX drivers caught misbehaving by illegally parking in handicap spots]

Stanley Roberts rode around with Lee Christensen of the Phoenix Police Department's Volunteer Division as they look for altered or missing placards all around the Phoenix area.

[RELATED: Caught Misbehaving: Where's your disabled placard?]

Tickets for not displaying a valid placard can cost as high as $296 if paid before the due date. However, if it is paid after the due date, tack on another $20.

[RELATED: Patrolling for abuses of disabled placards in Phoenix]

Caught Misbehaving with Stanley Roberts exposes individuals who brazenly defy the law or common courtesy, risking social and/or legal consequences. His reports air regularly on CBS 5 News at 10 p.m.
 
 


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whocares

The guy at the ARCO is my real pet peeve with handicap parking. I have no issue with someone, typically elderly, who need to park close for vaild reasons. But these days, watch how many people, like that lazy POS. See how loaded his truck is which shows he does manual labor, and how he easily moves around. So he is either using somebody else's placard, or he hot his Dr. to authorize him one without any need. Too many doctors bend over for this BS. I call it VIP parking. Lazy, self-important idiots like that guy now parks right up front. Everything is such a phoney crock these days.

TRUMP supporter

Most people that do this are either stupid, lazy or fat or all 3.

Tony

Why doesn't Roberts join the police force?

Thrill22

Why should he? He already has a job.

bobnarizona

The guy at the Arco station really looked handicapped to me. I would bet the card was issued to someone else and he is just using it to get a good parking spot. Also, why is it the state has regulations on how large the handicap spot must be but the rest of the parking spots are only big enough for a Smart car or VW Bug? I drive a full size truck so my thought is 'Take 2, they are small parking spots". ALL parking spots should have to the same size as a handicap spot.

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