YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- A 25-year-old Bedford man was pulled over for speeding by the Yorktown Police Department on June 23 -- and he ended up with five total charges.
Police pulled Louis Vitucci over for speeding along East Main Street, the police report noted. The officer ran a routine check on his license and discovered that it had been allegedly suspended -- for failing to pay a fine, failing to answer a summons and failing to pay the driver responsibility assessment.
Vitucci's car registration was also allegedly suspended, for parking violations.
He was ultimately charged with two unclassified misdemeanors -- for third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and operation with suspended registration -- and three traffic infractions -- for speeding, expired inspection and failing to notify the DMV of address change.
Vitucci was arrested and processed, and released on $100 bail. His court date is Tuesday, July 26.
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