ARDOT has a bill for LRPD cop Michael Ford for damages caused when he crashed his vehicle into a median while driving under the influence
|ARDOT's cost to repair the guardrail|
Damage caused by intoxicated LRPD cop Michel "Lil Bang" Ford crashing his vehicle into a wire guardrail in the median of I-430 North on December 3rd cost the state over $2,000.00 to repair.
|No mugshot was taken when Ford was arrested by ASP and taken to their HQ - was he giving special treatment as a "brother in blue"?|
ARDOT has not confirmed that they are sending the bill to Ford or will seek a civil judgment to recoup the cost for repairing the damage.
Additionally, no word from LRPD about Ford remaining as head of the LRPD FOI Unit, or continuing to operated a leased unmarked vehicle the city has assigned to him.
Usually, when a city employee has been involved in a DWI arrest, they lose the right to operate a city owned or leased vehicle for a set period of time.
LRPD provided Ford a leased unmarked SUV like they do for their so called undercover cops.
It cost taxpayers over $3,000 to provide Ford with a vehicle and fuel to get to and from his home in Maumelle to work in Little Rock for the last year.