Police: New Jersey man owed over $56k in EZ-Pass violations

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Sunday, January 22, 2017
(Daniel Hulshizer)
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TEANECK, New Jersey (WABC) -- A man from Teaneck was arrested Friday after police say he owes over $56,000 in EZ-Pass violations.

Police say an officer at the George Washington Bridge saw 31-year-old Alesandel Rodriguez driving his Toyota Camry with no front or rear license plates through an EZ-Pass lane. Officers noticed that the toll indicator said 'toll unpaid.'

When Port Authority Police pulled Rodriguez over, they determined his EZ-Pass accounts were revoked, and that he had a total of 888 violations. In addition, Rodriguez had a total of $56,240 in tolls and fees.

Rodriguez was arrested, and his vehicle was impounded.