Leon Rogers and his partner Carrie Crain are the owners of Bargain Corner. He says he doesn't want to park in the parking lot because that's for customers so Rogers parks in front of this house. But, Rogers says the renter and the landlord have been doing everything they can to make him move.
Rogers said, "She would park her car right up against the bumper of my truck and go inside her house and leave it there."
Rogers says when that didn't work the renter called the chief of police.
Rogers said, "She and her landlord went to the chief of police around the corner and he's a friend of the land lord and the guy came and put signs up that we couldn't park there."
Rogers said his next move was to contact the mayor.
Rogers said, "I called the mayor, he sent the city planner and the mayor and we found out that's city property."
Rogers says after the city determined that it was completely legal for him to park there, the chief of police issued him a citation, he says he was breaking the law in owning chickens, but Rogers says that's not the case.
So I contacted city hall myself to get the straight scoop on who's right. City hall tells me Rogers is right, that he has every right to park where parks, and every right to own chickens at his house.
Carrie Crain said, "We had 7 days to get rid of the chickens then from then on we heard someone has complained that the chickens were not gone and we got a citation"
Rogers said, "Justice, it's all we asking."