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Jamba Juice Customers Risk $250 Handicapped Sign Parking Violation

It's mystifying why some folks would risk a hefty fine just to get a couple of beverages.

Jamba Juice Customers Risk $250 Handicapped Sign Parking Violation Jamba Juice Customers Risk $250 Handicapped Sign Parking Violation Jamba Juice Customers Risk $250 Handicapped Sign Parking Violation Jamba Juice Customers Risk $250 Handicapped Sign Parking Violation
It took less than five minutes for the two women to get a couple of chilled drinks from the Jamba Juice store on Fair Oaks Avenue Monday at around 3 p.m. But at what cost? As the accompanying photos show, the customers parked in a space reserved for handicapped drivers—without any visible sign of the requisite permit.

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