When a Pennsylvania man with a New York license was stopped for speeding on Long Island, police arrested him for having 88 suspensions on his license.
Eric Dunbar, of Tafton, Pennsylvania, though he was driving with a New York license, has been charged with first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, speeding and unlawfully having more than one unexpired driver’s license, police said to Newsday.
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Records showed that Dunbar had racked up the suspensions on 25 different occasions after trying to dodge traffic tickets, the Daily Mail reported.
Highway Patrol Officer David Canonico initially pulled Dunbar over for going 86 on the westbound Long Island Expressway, where the speed limit is 65, Newsday added.
On Monday, he is slated to be arraigned at the First District Court in Central Islip, according to the Daily Mail.