The Fun Of Florida Drivers: Boca Raton Police Nab Driver Of Vehicle With No Insurance, Seize Order

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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — It started as a routine traffic stop, but by the time it was done, a car was in custody. You read that correctly. A car was in custody. Boca Police stopped a 2005 Blue Dodge Truck in the area of 5050 Congress Avenue and learned quickly that there was a “seize” tag order on the car. The driver — whose name is not being released by police at this time — was driving without valid insurance, did not have a valid driver’s license, and was warned for two equipment violations — a problematic tail light and license plate “tag” light.
 

 

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