Monday, November 28, 2016

Please Remember You Cannot Leave Vehicle Unattended In Front Of Stores

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Please remember not only at this time of the year, but all year round that you cannot leave your vehicle unattended in front of stores. During the Holiday season Police keep a special watch on this because many shoplifters have vehicles parked like this for a quick getaway.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

When I see one parked like that I let the air out of the tires.It's hilarious watching them running out of the store,arms full and attempting a getaway.One dude drove all the way from WM to Lowes on 4 flat tires before he was stopped.

Anonymous said...

shouldn't park there even when occupied

Anonymous said...

The police could make a fortune if they wrote tickets at Food Lion on Nanticoke rd!

Anonymous said...

They shouldn't be there attended either......if people could read the damn signs! Police should be through Wal-Mart every 15 minutes, write enough tickets to pay for "thug pizza night"!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Read the dang signs, No parking"

Anonymous said...

What's that officer doing, guess he doesn't know if your black your allowed to park there.

Anonymous said...

They should have the right to tow them, whether occupied or not. LAZY ASS PEOPLE!

Anonymous said...

I agree, they're lazy ass people who won't walk a few extra feet from the parking lot. This happens especially at the county liquor store and Food Lion on Snow Hill Rd.

Anonymous said...

Should go to Delmar Pizza every night of the week. If my lazy 300lb self can park in the lot and walk into the store for takeout, certainly all of these entitled people can do the same.

Anonymous said...

You see it everyday at stores all around Salisbury. People parked in front of the stores with their flashers on. It's ridiculous. I think it should only be allowed for elderly people who have a hard time walking.

Anonymous said...

When I'm in Salisbury I usually shop at the Food Lion on Tilghman Rd. Not unusual to see cars parked in the fire lane. On weekends I've actually see as many as 5 vehicles in the fire lane idling with someone behind the wheel while their family is inside the store. There are two ways to stop this. First, ticket the drivers, no warning. Secondly, inform the store manager that the store will be issued a citation for each vehicle parked in the fire lane and that it is their duty to make sure that the fire lane is kept clear, that includes having the vehicle towed.

Anonymous said...

The Crisfield Food Lion is notorious for these violations.Cars parked in the fire lane from one corner of the store to the other. Redbox customers just park right in front of the Red Box and block the lane too.Even people with FD tags who know better do it.Just because you have Fire Dept tags that does not mean you can park in the fire lane to grab eggs and milk.