Port Authority Cops Arrest Alleged Toll Cheat in Fort Lee, NJ
Law enforcement arrested a New Milford man who reportedly committed numerous traffic offenses for toll evasion in Fort Lee and throughout New Jersey.
The suspect, a 37-year-old New Milford NJ man, reportedly drove his car on the lower level of the eastbound GW Bridge in Fort Lee NJ around 9:00 a.m. A couple of Port Authority cops reportedly spotted the suspect commit a traffic offense by driving in an EZ Pass toll lane despite no EZ Pass being visible in the car.
The Port Authority NJ officers stopped the suspect’s car and instructed him to provide proof of an EZ Pass tag. When the suspect reportedly could not give the police officers the needed information, the cops ran a computer check on him and learned about 642 traffic offenses on his record.
According to law enforcement officials, the suspect’s numerous traffic violations include offenses for unpaid toll. The unpaid tickets and fees reportedly total more than $40,000.
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For further information about this case, check out the NJ.com article, “Alleged Toll Cheat Owes $41K, Cops Say.”
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