KANSAS CITY, Mo. - 41 Action News requested the entire database of unpaid parking tickets for Kansas City. The results added up to nearly 39,000 tickets totaling an estimated $1.8 million in parking fines.
Analysis of those records showed at least 160 people and companies had at least 10 unpaid tickets (note: The database used for the investigation was produced on April 10, 2012. It is possible that some tickets have been paid since that date).
Some drivers had accumulated 30, 40 or even 80 tickets. Here is a list of the top 20 offenders, with fines totaling over $30,000.
|Andrea J. Wendel||82||$ 3,106.50|
|Brenda M. Nelson||47||$ 3,599.00|
|Jessica J. Bair||44||$ 2,143.50|
|John C. Gordon||40||$ 1,670.00|
|Maurice E. Harvey||39||$ 1,705.50|
|Melissa S. Olvera||38||$ 1,573.00|
|Scott D. Zabler||35||$ 1,374.50|
|Richard W. Tyner||35||$ 1,480.00|
|Amy M. Clay||34||$ 1,544.00|
|Vajois M. Scott||29||$ 1,477.00|
|Joseph R. Pulle||27||$ 1,398.00|
|Kevin M. Shay||27||$ 1,019.50|
|Brian A. Webb||27||$ 1,398.00|
|Barbara A. Bishop||26||$ 1,296.50|
|Leandrea E. Hannon||25||$ 934.00|
|Thomas W. Reedy||25||$ 1,007.50|
|Steven E. Nichols||24||$ 1,064.00|
|Korrie L. Reeves||23||$ 839.50|
|Kathryn L. Threlked||23||$ 885.50|
|Toi Lee||22||$ 747.00|
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