The city's old police chief sued the city and won $1 million. The city arrested him using falsified documents in a dispute over a car. They had one patrol car, and the chief heard another was being sold by a nearby city for $1,500. They city told him, no $, but if you buy it, we will reimburse you when property tax receipts come in. The chief bought it, titled it in his own name, and started driving it. They mayor lost his election, and, when the tax receipts rolled in, the city manager told the chief that he was "donating" the car! He said no, so they took out warrants for his arrest, falsifying documents to get the warrant, and through him in jail with the people he had incarcerated. The jury thought it was worth a million.