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WUSA Investigates Amazon CEOís $17,000 Unpaid Parking Violations


Topic: Investigative Reporting
Posted on 2/1/2020

TEGNAís CBS affiliate WUSA-TV Washington, D.C. aired an investigation on January 30 into nearly $17,000 worth of unpaid parking violations allegedly related to the renovation of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezosí Washington mansion. Investigative reporter Eric Flack learned 564 citations were issued on the mansionís block between October 2016 and October 2019 and witnessed workers leaving the construction site and departing in ticketed vehicles day after day .

WUSA found vehicles were cited for ignoring no parking zones, as well as blocking crosswalks and obstructing pedestrian traffic. Almost $6,000 worth of tickets were unpaid at the time of investigation.



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