Brooklyn, NY - Top Parking Ticket Officer In NYC Hands Out A Whopping 19,000 Summonses In 2015
Brooklyn, NY - According to city records, the top parking ticket-writing officer for New York City handed out an astonishing 19,000 summonses in 2015, averaging a ticket every 9 minutes and 45 seconds.
NYPOST.com (http://nyp.st/1N0tD9c) reports that the ticket-writing champ, 53 year-old Arnous Morin, bested the city’s No. 2 parking enforcer by 4,000 summonses and says he owes his title to his relentless commitment to enforcing the city’s parking ordinances to the letter of the law.
“Never, never. It’s never OK to break the law,” Morin said. “The law is hard, but it’s the law. You can’t break the law for any reason.”
The Haiti-born Morin generated about $1.2M in ticket revenues for the city in 2015, mainly covering the streets of Sunset Park, Park Slope, Bay Ridge and Coney Island.
“I have the whole of Brooklyn South in my head,” Morin said.
More of today's headlines“Tel Aviv - The gunman in the deadly January 1 shooting in Tel Aviv reportedly managed to flee to a hideaway in his hometown of Arara in less than two hours after the...” Tel Aviv - Dizengoff Street Gunman Reached Hometown In Less Than 2 Hours After Attack “New York - On Inauguration Day next January, the 45th president will parade past the new Trump Hotel Washington, which Donald Trump says soon will be among the world's...” New York - If Trump Elected, Leaving Business Behind Would Take Work