Who has the most unpaid parking tickets in Kansas City?
A 41 Action News investigation revealed some parking offenders in Kansas City racked up 30, 40 or even 80 tickets worth of unpaid fines. Now, Kansas City police say they will receive a monthly list of the top scofflaws to help with a more aggressive approach.
A 41 Action News investigation found there are dozens of Kansas City parking scofflaws who have let their tickets stack up for years and also revealed a huge glitch in the city’s new paperless technology.
A 41 Action News investigation showed the Kansas City is due over $1.8 million in unpaid parking tickets. Click here to see the top 20 offenders, and to see how much they owe.
Following a 41 Action News investigation, KCPD to target top parking offenders.
A 41 Action News investigation found that some scofflaws have been letting their tickets accumulate for years.
Some people in Kansas City have been letting unpaid parking tickets pile up for years. 41 Action News was the first station to request Kansas City's entire unpaid parking ticket database since Kansas City went to a paperless system last year.
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The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department starts the transition from traditional hand-written tickets to a computer based system where violators receive an E-ticket. The process sends the ticket straight to the Municipal Court computer system.
Topeka officials say a woman owes more than $42,000 in unpaid parking tickets, topping a list of the city's most extreme parking violators.
The Kansas City Municipal Court hopes to eliminate backlog forever with a paperless system.
It may not be a chief complaint, but Kansas City Police Chief James Corwin says paperless tickets will be coming soon to the city’s law breakers.
Meet the Investigators
Ryan Kath is an award-winning investigative reporter for 41 Action News. He joined the I-team in 2010 after working for four years as a multimedia journalist at the station.
Melissa Yeager is an award winning investigative reporter and a Kansas City native. She is a graduate of the University of Kansas as well as Blue Valley Northwest High School.
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