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Source: CBS Minneapolis
January 30, 2013
What a dumbass!!
a lot talk on insurance> not to defend liberal MN but my guess article doesn't have it exactly right talking about having no insurance . guessing each stop would have been no proof of insurance. No Ins is tag and tow here. No proof requires to go in show you had at time of stop. 4 jurisdictions > If i knew at time it was 3 or 4th time in day it would be a trip to county jail on continued activity.>>license revocation by state coming and alot of fines her way.hopefully a little weekend workhouse time considering it's really reckless driving incidents.
Stuck on stupid. Why was she allowed to drive without insurance. In my area the fines would probably be at least two grand.
In Ohio no insurance you get to ride in a police car and you car gets towed
Bump DonnaLynn.In my city it was a $700.00 citation and car towed.
Four times she was allowed to drive off with no insurance? That's interesting.
Fools like this keep us employed, but also could kill us or others in their reckless disregard for the law. Hopefully the Judge will provide a proper attitude adjustment...
3rd and 4th ticket for 88 mph, I think she was trying to go back in time and not get the first ticket. The 2nd ticket for 99 was probably because 88 wasn't working to travel back in time.
Seriously though, there should something LEOs can do after a motorist is pulled over more than twice within a certain time period. She should not have been on the road, where was the fire?
ONLY IN AMERICA.
Then with a speed limit of l90, at 112, she would have been cited for going to slow.
You could be onto something there, gcoleman.
Maybe she thought the I 90 sign was for the speed limit.
Someone needs to sit her down and talk to her then refer her to a mental health professional to find out the real issue going on!
What an idiot! Accidents are caused by inattentive driving and moronic attitudes.
She may not be outright arrested at the first stop depending upon the local laws for both speeding and marijuana possession. What is not mentioned is what the posted speed limit was. In California, 30mph over the maximum speed limit will usually get you a misdemeanor reckless driving citation. Also not mentioned was how long the vehicle registration was expired. Depending upon local laws, the vehicle might not be impounded simply for having expired registration. Again, also not mentioned was if the insurance issue was that she had insurance but was not able to show proof or if she outright did not have insurance. The article doesn't say if it was state troopers that pulled her over at all four locations or if it was multiple agencies.
That said...... she was driving without due regard for the laws of the state and the safety of the motoring public. When these citation(s) go to court, I hope the judges stick it to her, including the suspension or revocation of her license.
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