Dwight E. Pettiford when he was U.S. Park Police chief. He noted this week that items such as newspapers, roses and bottled water are sometimes sold on Washington corners.
Dwight E. Pettiford when he was U.S. Park Police chief. He noted this week that items such as newspapers, roses and bottled water are sometimes sold on Washington corners. N&O file photo File photo
Dwight E. Pettiford when he was U.S. Park Police chief. He noted this week that items such as newspapers, roses and bottled water are sometimes sold on Washington corners. N&O file photo File photo

Handcuffed because they were selling water? That one hurts my soul

June 28, 2017 06:06 PM

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