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Man arrested in Oregon after traffic stop for ‘private’ license plate



Credit: Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

Police in Washington County, Oregon, say a man driving with ‘private’ license plates was arrested on Highway 26 Wednesday afternoon.

KPTV News reports a deputy stopped the pickup after noticing the truck’ fake license plate read, “No driver license or insurance required.” Deputies tell KPTV the stop also caused traffic delays as events unfolded.

According to KPTV, the suspect refused to provide the deputy with his name or any form of identification.

Richard Leroy Garrison, jail booking photo

Once the man was taken into custody, KPTV reports officers identified the man as 63-year-old Richard Leroy Garrison. He is charged with failure to carry and present a valid license and interfering with a peace officer.


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