A driver who was stopped for speeding near a busy Westchester intersection was arrested after it was determined his license had been suspended nine times, police said.
An officer on patrol in Scarsdale near the intersection of Huntington Avenue and Post Road shortly at approximately 3:30 a.m. on Monday, July 1, stopped Elmsford resident Wilson Miller, 28, when he was caught speeding in the area.
During the traffic stop, Miller presented a New York State non-driver’s ID card and was not in possession of a valid license. Police said that a DMV check during the stop determined that Miller had his license revoked nine times on four separate dates for failing to answer a summons in White Plains twice and Elmsford five times. He also failed to pay fines twice in the Bronx.
Miller was arrested and charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor, and cited for speeding. Following his processing, Miller was released on $100 cash bail and scheduled to appear in Scarsdale Village Court on Wednesday, July 17.
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