a witness herein, having been first
duly sworn, was examined and testified as
BY MR. BAXTER:
Q. Officer Pusateri,
would you state your name,
Q. And you're a police officer in
A. Yes, I am.
Q. And what rank do you
A. I'm a Sergeant.
Q. And how long have you been a
police officer in
Q. And you do the math for me.
When did you
Q. Thank you. Have you had an
observe the property at 479 Perry
A. Yes, I
Q. How is it that you see that
property? Do you go
by it every day?
A. I drive past it
Q. And during the course of the 21
you've been a police officer in the
Borough, have you
ever noticed anyone parking on the
sidewalk or in the
front area of that
A. Not on a regular
Q. When you say, "Not on a regular
would you explain to the Board
what you mean?
1978, I have seen cars parked on that
sidewalk very seldom. I have seen in
that time frame
people unloading vehicles in that
location, which at
that time, as a police officer in
West View, I never
chased the people. Because it was
like a courtesy
that I would extend to them to unload
But the vehicles would always move
thereafter. It was never considered a
Q. You weren't involved
in any of the
citations that were issued. Were
A. I think I did issue
one of the parking tickets.
Q. And would you explain very quickly
Board what your observations were on
the day that you
issued that ticket, if you
A. Mr. Ballon's vehicle
was parked on the
concrete portion in front of his
Q. And you issued a
A. A parking citation.
Q. And that was later dismissed.
A. I don't remember. I can't
happened to them.
BAXTER: You may cross-examine.