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Businesses would buy stamps worth time off the ticket. They would then affix the stamp to the ticket. The receptionist would often put more stamps on the ticket than needed. The cashier would remove the stamp from that ticket and hold it until


another driver came through with no validations. He would charge the driver the full amount, but then put the stamp on the ticket and keep the difference. Jefferson also noted that used tickets that were stored for four years as


required by law were being “riffled,” and used validation stamps were being removed and used again. Same scam, but difficult to find in an audit. All of this meant a lot of money going directly intoMoncrief Hartison’s


pockets and not to the operator or the owner of the parking facility. Miguel, the garage manager, was in on it but got religion when Mary


refused to cut a deal on the monthly parkers with her company. She con- vinced him to go to the police, but Miguel was afraid, so the two of them came to see me, and that’s how this whole thing started. Hartison killed Miguel when he found out, and Levinson conveniently


picked up the weapon in the elevator and nearly convicted himself of murder. Alex had a lot of good information. Hopefully it was enough to get Har-


tison to lose it on the air and tell the truth.We were ready. In 24 hours,Mon- crief Hartison would be in jail. I went back to my office in Hollywood; Nelson was waiting for me. “I went up to the cabin in Arrowhead,” he said, “and it was empty. I can’t


reach Mary.We have no idea where Roger is.We will have to stop the sting with Hartison. I can’t risk my son’s life.” I told him to calm down. I thought about it for a minute and then said: “I


have an idea. What if we …” To be continued…


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