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  • Monday, March 3, 2014

You may get away from police once, but not usually a second time. Such was the case for a girl driving a car with suspended tags. The first time the officer was following the car, dispatch relayed that the tags were suspended, but due to the driver's evasive driving pattern, the officer lost her.

He saw her again recently, confirmed again that the tags were suspended and made a traffic stop.

In addition to the tags, the suspect's license was suspended. She was then arrested for driving under suspension.

The driver was also found to be driving with no insurance on the car. A search of the vehicle before it was towed turned up a bag of pot and an open container of beer – both of which she was charged for.


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