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$116,385 in unpaid parking fines owed in Little Rock - Booting is underway

LR Deputy City Attorney Kimberly Chavis gets her car booted for owing $900 in unpaid fines

We last posted about parking fine scofflaws in the safe city of Little Rock back in July of 2019. At that time individuals that had unpaid fines owed $260,000. 

The list the city provided was compromised of individuals that had outstanding fines that totaled over $250.

The individual that owed the most back then was an employee of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. She owed $10,950. 

Top offenders in 2023

The list we recently obtained has fines totaling $116,385.

The top offender in first place on the current list is Zajahnee D. Freeman (25) with fines totaling $4,050.

Freeman works for the Arkansas Department of Human Services as a purchasing specialist and resides in North Little Rock and drives a 2013 Chrysler 300.

No doubt LR Parking Enforcement has her vehicle on their hot list.

Coming in at second place is Brandon Michael Brimley (34) of North Little Rock who owes $3,235.

Brimley appears to have a couple of businesses, but we could not find any filings with the state or city of Little Rock. He has not assessed his vehicle either so more fines may be on his horizon.


Coming in at third place is Shelby Ann Riley (27) of Jacksonville who owes $2,200. Riley works as a multimedia marketing & advertising representative at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Wonder if she works with the top offender from 2019? Shelby's ride is a red 2017 Jeep Cherokee.

Honorable mentions

✦ Little Rock Deputy City Attorney Kimberly Ann Stevenson Chavis 

Chavis got her ride booted directly in front of LR City Hall. 

We caught the LR Parking Enforcement meter maid illegally parking across the street from LR City Hall at the County Annex building in a clearly marked handicapped spot while they booted Chavis' ride.

Chavis was the city attorney that signed off on that sketchy LITfest contract that LR City Manager Bruce Moore cancelled. Look at Blue Hog Report's story about that failed shitty festival.

But wait, there is more...Chavis had a warrant issued for her arrest in September 2021 over her failure to pay for a traffic citation - one where she rear-ended another vehicle and smashed up the front end of her SUV (scroll up and take a look) - and subsequently failed to show up for a hearing.
How did she keep her job after she was arrested for failure to appear and her approval of that LITfest contract? Probably white privilege.
✦ Little Rock School Board member Vicki Hatter
We aren't surprised to find Hatter being on the list as she is a documented law breaker and criminal. You can read about her violating state campaign finance laws by clicking here and here
Hatter tried to use her position as a board member to get rid of the principal at her daughter's high school.  Click here to read about that.

Here is the complete list of the current parking scofflaws.

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