An officer with the Clearwater Police Department who had been told by her homeowners association's board of directors that she could not park her marked squad car in her driveway is now getting permission to do so.
According to ABC News, the officer's family had a grandfather letter from the previous board telling them they could park the cruiser in the driveway.
The rule is aimed at commercial vehicles, which the officer's attorney says should not apply to police cars because they are not commercial enterprises.
The family's attorney, Kelly Blum, said in a statement, "My clients are pleased Cross Pointe Homeowners Association, Inc., came to its senses, at least in this particular instance. The good guys won."