January 21, 2016 2:41 pm
Updated: January 21, 2016 2:43 pm

Coffee stop could land Saskatoon police officer in hot water

A Saskatoon police officer could be in some hot water after using a permit-only stall during a coffee stop at a Tim Hortons.

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SASKATOON – A Saskatoon police officer could be in some hot water after making a coffee stop Thursday morning. Global News was sent images of a police cruiser parked in a permit-only accessible stall at a Tim Hortons on Idylwyld Drive.

Parking in a permit-only stall is illegal and can cause major difficulties if it isn’t available for those who need it.

A police representative said they do not approve of this behaviour and the officer responsible will be disciplined accordingly.

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Fines for illegally parking in an accessible parking stall range from $50 to $200 – depending on the location.

Jacqueline Wilson contributed to this story

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