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"I wish the situation would have been different," he said. "I have compassion for the Ysebaerts."
LARAMIE A Laramie man asked the Laramie City Council to consider amending the abandoned vehicle ordinance after a car owned by his son serving overseas was twice ordered removed from in front of their home.
Laramie Police Chief Dale Stalder said the department is proactive about enforcing abandoned vehicle laws. He sees similar circumstances on a regular basis and said he also sympathizes with the Ysebaerts.
Kelly Ysebaert said she paid about $50 for new tags and put them on the vehicle.
But the Ysebaerts didn't have the vehicle's keys, causing the police to deem it inoperable and attach a 24 hour notice to remove it, she said.
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"Please consider amending ordinances to allow for exceptions," he said to the council. "Not necessarily a veteran exception. But there are extraordinary circumstances in our community that I think bear consideration."
John Ysebaert's wife, Kelly Ysebaert, said the Fairlane was first ordered removed in September because it had expired tags and flat tires. She said the vehicle was parked in front of the family's house on South 12th Street.
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John Ysebaert told the council he then called the police department, explained the situation and was assured the car would not be towed again.
But the car was towed the next day because of the flat tires, Kelly Ysebaert said the Laramie Police Department told her.
The car, a 1967 Ford Fairlane, belongs to National Guard Senior Airman John Scott Ysebaert, who returned last week from his second tour abroad. Army.
Stalder said the statute has no exceptions and that if the city council were to create one, it could "complicate, nullify or negate" the second part of the statute, which allows towing companies to convert an abandoned vehicle into their own property.
Laramie military family seeks exception to abandoned vehicle law
Mayor Dave Paulekas said he thinks it would be difficult to legally define extraordinary circumstances.
and impounded it would have been a travesty," he said to the council. "It would have been a slap in his face for his service and our family's service."
"That car being gone bothers us in more ways than just a car," she said. "It's John. It's what the boys work on with their dad. It means something."
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"If I would have known that, I would have done the tags and the tires," she said. when Pearl, John Scott Ysebaert's 7 year old daughter, usually gets home from school, Kelly Ysebaert said.
"I thought I was good," she said.
The city of Laramie follows Wyoming state statute on abandoned vehicles, Stalder said, and the Ford Fairlane met the requirements to be labeled abandoned: lacking valid registration and being undriveable.
extraordinary circumstance," he said.
Kelly Ysebaert said she then paid Rhino Linings of Laramie about $25 for new tire tubes and linings, jacked up the car and replaced the old parts.
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