Indictment issued to J'lem man with 123 traffic violations

September 13, 2010 18:26


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The state issued an indictment against a 32-year-old Jerusalem man for driving without a license, three days after he was pulled over and police found he had 123 previous traffic violations.

Police said that on Friday September 10th they saw a man driving in the industrial district of Petah Tikva who raised their suspicion. Police stopped the car and after a check found that the driver, a 32-year-old Jerusalem native had 123 previous violations and had been issued an injunction banning him from operating a motor vehicle.

The man's car was impounded by police, who have asked that the driver be kept in remand until the end of legal proceedings against him.

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