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Traffic court sting results in arrest of 2 unlicensed drivers, impound of vehicles


A police sting on Wednesday at a California traffic court session resulted in the arrest of two drivers and the impound of their vehicles.

San Pablo police officers attended the Richmond Superior Court call and then followed those whose licenses had been suspended out of the hearing to see how they planned to exit the area, reports the Contra Costa Times.

Most were either picked up or took alternate transportation. But two who had DUI convictions got behind the wheel, police said. They were charged with driving on a suspended license and had their vehicles impounded for 30 days.

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