BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Michael Westen of Burn Notice would likely tell you that the best way to hide in plain sight is to avoid doing things that draw attention. Louis Olivieri, 32, is not Michael Westen. He’s a wanted felon who was stopped by Boca Raton Police for a moving violation in the 300 block of Yamato Road. That’s when officers determined he was wanted by their friends to the south at the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Boca Police charged him for failing to wear a seatbelt, and criminally
operating a motor vehicle while his license was suspended. They add that he knew his license was suspended, which makes it a much bigger deal.
Olivieri was sent to spend some time to think at the Palm Beach County Jail . He was later turned over to the Broward County Jail where it seems he may have enjoyed a haircut. He is being held without bond.
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