More than 40 years after getting a parking ticket in the United States town of Minersville, someone who goes by the name of Dave is finally free and clear.
The Minersville Police Department in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania recently received a payment for a parking ticket from 1974.
Inside was a parking ticket from 1974, along five dollars and a note.
Minersville Police Chief Michael Combs told WNEP that since the ticket was written 44 years ago, it was only for $2. Forgive me if I don't give you my info. "With respect, Dave." The return address was "Feeling Guilty, Wayward Road, Anytown, California".
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Enclosed, was $2 to pay the fine, $3 interest and a note. A more impressive reason to meet Dave: He hasn't lost his wallet in at least 44 years. "I can't retire on that".
The police chief said the ticket, which was for a vehicle with OH license plates, would have cost $20 today.
Combs says the ticket was for a auto with OH license plates, but the department did not have the technology to track out-of-state vehicles.
'We do appreciate that this individual paid their ticket and, again, we encourage other individuals, if you have an outstanding ticket, please pay them, ' he said.