SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) - "I just don't think the law should be an exception and they should get to make their own rules," says Sean Russell.
He contacted 2 NEWS looking for answers after he saw this picture on a friend's Facebook page.
Russell says the deputy driving this SUV, "marked supervisor," parked in this handicap spot outside a Springfield Wendy's restaurant Wednesday and then walked inside and ate dinner.
Sheriff Gene Kelly declined to do an on-camera interview but released a statement to 2 NEWS, saying that his office is investigating the complaint.
He says if a citation is warranted, it will be issued and if discipline is warranted, it will be given.
"Why should a cop, who is completely healthy, be able to take a spot reserved for somebody who really needs it.," comments Russell.
Greg Cheadle is one of those people who needs it.
The 51-year-old is now retired but worked for the Miamisburg Police Department for 21 years.
"I had some work related lower-back injuries, forced into retirement. A year or so later, I had a freak accident and I broke my back and neck," says Cheadle.
As a result, Cheadle has trouble walking and requires a handicap sticker.
He says it makes him angry that healthy people are taking his spots.
"People are so selfish. They care about no one but themselves. They don't care what they do to you or to me," comments Cheadle.
And Cheadle hopes anyone who does this will stop, after seeing this story.
"Think of others. Somewhere you have to have some kindness and decency, in the back of your mind somewhere," pleads Cheadle.
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