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noimageAnother Paraiso Village resident also found himself facing the long arm of the law. 21 year old Dalton Nunez faced heavy fines this morning for driving a motorcycle that had no vehicle license nor 3rd party insurance, and while he had no valid driver’s license.


Police say that on April 12th, during a patrol they stopped Nunez and when they asked about the licenses or insurance, he could not provide any.


In Court, Nunez pleaded guilty to all four charges which included failure to display a driver’s license sticker.

While the lesser charge was dropped, he was fined $400 plus $5 court cost to be paid by July 31st or in default four months in prison for the driving without 3rd party insurance charge, $200 plus $5 court cost to be paid by June 30th or in default two months in prison for the driving without a valid driver’s license charge and $250 plus $5 court cost to be paid by May 31st or in default two months in prison for the driving an unlicensed motor vehicle charge.

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