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One way to avoid having your car towed

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William Leister III of Hackettstown was a known suspended driver according to police when he was spotted driving on Route 46. They say he pulled over at first, but once the officer was out of the vehicle he sped off. The officer attempted to pull him over again but Leister was having none of it.

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He allegedly shouted from his window, “I’m going home!” When he pulled in his driveway he was taken into custody. The police say Leister informed them he drove to his home so that his vehicle would not be towed and impounded. He was charged with hindering apprehension, obstruction, and of course driving with a suspended license. I wonder when all is said and done which fines would have cost more.

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