Piedmont woman ticketed after toddler tries to urinate in yard
Piedmont Police Chief Alex Oblein said Tuesday an officer who ticketed a woman after her 3-year-old son tried to urinate in the family’s front yard could have handled the situation better.
PIEDMONT — A police officer who issued a $2,500 ticket to a woman Sunday after her 3-year-old son tried to urinate in the family’s front yard should have handled the situation differently, Piedmont Police Chief Alex Oblein said Tuesday.
Ashley Warden got the ticket for public urination after her son, Dillan, who is being potty trained, dropped his pants in the front yard of the family home at 4505 Ryan Drive.
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