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A 70-year-old St. John’s man will appear in court Tuesday morning on a host of charges including owing more than $15,000 in outstanding fines.
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary stopped the driver on Cumberland Crescent at 3:35 p.m. on Monday afternoon and found him to be driving with a suspended license, no insurance or registration and false stickers in addition to his large sum of outstanding fines.
He was taken to lockup where he was held for a court appearance Tuesday morning. In addition, his vehicle was impounded.
The RNC responded to 159 calls for service during the most recent 24-hour reporting period.