Long time members probably remember that there there were several mention of parking brake sticking on our cars. Rust from sitting does it obviously, and there were some cases of the caliper itself, I recall. Mine was the cable. It's been doing that for a bit, the handbrake lever doesn't quite go back down to where it should be, not quite enough for the brake to drag, but enough that it doesn't fully release it and occasionally the brake warning light would come on. The cable has two sheathings, outer one and inner one in which the cable slides. The inner sheathing broke loose from the clip at the end, and now it was jamming the cable, making it harder to retract. This apparently isn't all that uncommon of an issue on certain Fiat and Alfa according to a friend in Europe. The only cure is replacing it, and here's the story gets funny - Mopar has two different ones at two different prices. One is listed for 2012-2014 (4581515AB), and the other, 2013-2019 (68106171AC) (both driver's side, by the way). I can hardly make sense of it, but just in case this may be helpful to some, there you have it.