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Driver with 26 suspensions nabbed again
ROTTERDAM -- Troopers pulled over 20-year-old Zachary Jordan of Utica on the thruway in Rotterdam Monday for tinted windows, but later realized he has nearly 30 license suspensions and revocations in various jurisdictions throughout New York.
Wondering how anyone gets all the way to 28 license suspensions and revocations and still wind up behind the wheel?
Law enforcement officials tell us Jordan racked up all those suspensions and revocations after 11 different traffic stops, which means he got several suspensions and revocations each time. So why wasn't he arrested sooner?
In New York state, it doesn't matter how many suspensions you have. It matters how many times you've been pulled over. You can't be charged with a felony until the cops have nabbed you on ten separate occasions.
And even in Zachary Jordan's case, you can still get out. He's already been released on bail.