Parking Wars: Baltimore vs. Jenna Bush Security - NBC New York

Parking Wars: Baltimore vs. Jenna Bush Security

Pay Up or Prepare to be Towed



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    'Your security detail van got towed?' Ha-ha-ha. That's so funny.

    BALTIMORE - A memo to Jenna Bush's security detail: the city of Baltimore does not care who you are.  If you don't pay your parking tickets, you WILL be towed.

    Baltimore city officials say a van attached to the security detail for Jenna Bush was towed after it accumulated six unpaid tickets.
    A second Secret Service vehicle was also ticketed, said Adrienne Barnes, a spokeswoman for the city's Department of Transportation.
    Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan confirmed that one vehicle was towed and said the federal agency is paying the tickets. The spokesman said the van is not used to transport Bush, the daughter of former president George Bush.
    Barnes said the van was picked up Friday from the city's impound lot.
    Bush and her husband, Henry Hager, bought a two-story rowhouse in South Baltimore in April, a month before they were married. Hager works for Constellation Energy.