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makes me wonder

Greencastle, PA

#1 Feb 14, 2008
every week you read this in the paper

SUSPENDED LICENSE: Jacob Cromwell, 25, Shade Gap, was charged with a habitual offender violation of the vehicle code in relation to driving on a suspended license at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday near 5717 Cumberland Highway, Pennsylvania State Police, Chambersburg, said.

and

Police allege in court documents that Bobbett's driver's license had been suspended and that his sports-model bike was not inspected or insured.

How do you keep these people off the roads? Cromwell has been in several accidents and is going to kill someone. you take away people's license and they still are on the road.

Apparently some think the laws don't apply to them and they continue to do whatever they want so how do you stop them?
Sorry To Say

Chambersburg, PA

#2 Feb 14, 2008
I was a victim of identity theft just a few months. The person was caught and confessed to the crime. Because this person scored low on his criminal back ground check. He was given a minimal fine and 18 months probation. If he is a good boy in those 18 months,it will not even show up on his record. So good luck,I hope yours turns out better than mine did.

“vestri solemnitas ”

Since: Feb 08

WaynesWorld

#4 Feb 14, 2008
makes me wonder wrote:
every week you read this in the paper
SUSPENDED LICENSE: Jacob Cromwell, 25, Shade Gap, was charged with a habitual offender violation of the vehicle code in relation to driving on a suspended license at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday near 5717 Cumberland Highway, Pennsylvania State Police, Chambersburg, said.
and
Police allege in court documents that Bobbett's driver's license had been suspended and that his sports-model bike was not inspected or insured.
How do you keep these people off the roads? Cromwell has been in several accidents and is going to kill someone. you take away people's license and they still are on the road.
Apparently some think the laws don't apply to them and they continue to do whatever they want so how do you stop them?
Put them in state prison where they belong

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