Even Barbie has to obey the law in her pink jeep.
Utah police were patrolling a neighborhood when they noticed a pink battery-operated jeep in the street.
Autumn, 7, and her sister, Barbie, were outside driving along the sidewalk when the battery started to die.
Somehow, that pink jeep was left abandoned right behind dad's car.
Dad went out to move the jeep when he noticed an orange tag on it.
"I got out and noticed that there was an abandoned vehicle tag on it," the dad said.
Who was the citation for? Barbie herself.
Luckily, the police let the two girls off easy. They now know to keep their jeep parked in the garage.
"We would hope that people would appreciate the fact that we're there in their neighborhood and we're looking out for them and their property," police said.
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