Mayor arrested for using passed person’s disabled placard

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The mayor of Davenport, Fla., is accused of using a infirm parking poster expelled to a infirm people who died years ago just so she could get a better spot.

According to an detain confirmation obtained by the Daily News, Mayor Teresa “Darlene” Bradley was placed under detain Tuesday after deputies with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office were sloping off that the inaugurated central was using infirm parking spaces despite pang from no ailments.

Law coercion proceeded to secretly record Bradley, 60, in the act.

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“Video was also obtained of Mayor Teresa Bradley exiting the car with no assistance, stealing a vast wheeled brief/suit case from the case and walking into the city gymnasium assembly but assistance,” her detain confirmation states.

The Orlando Sentinel reportsauthorities located two placards inside her home, and while they haven’t emitted how the three-term city personality came to possess them, deputies pronounced one was expelled to a Davenport lady who died in 2012 while the other was given to someone who died in 2015.

Davenport Mayor Teresa Bradley was inaugurated to her third term just this year.


Additionally, one poster had lapsed in 2013 but was altered to review 2018.

She faces charges of temperament theft, counterfeiting a decal and illegally parking in a infirm spot, with the first two crimes beingthird-degree felonies.

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Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd pronounced in a statement, “We design the inaugurated officials to set the correct example. She not only disregarded the law, she broke the adults of Davenport with her illegal conduct.”

She was expelled from Polk County Jail after posting a $2,250 bond.

New York State Senator Dean Skelos (L) and his son Adam Skelos arrive at the Jacob Javits Federal Building in New York May 4, 2015. New York Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos, a Republican, was taken into control by sovereign authorities on Monday morning as partial of a open crime matter, an FBI orator said. Skelos and his son, Adam, were seen by a Reuters photographer walking into the Federal Bureau of Investigation domicile in reduce Manhattan progressing in the day following reports that the two men would be charged criminally. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

City commissioners contend they will hold an emergency assembly Thursday where they will meet “to plead all options,” the Washington Post reports.

Bradley unsuccessful to respond to a Daily News ask for comment.

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