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  • A Massachusetts trooper saw a cardboard license plate on the back of a car as it traveled down the freeway & had no choice however to signal the motorist to pull to the side of the road. The motorist turned out to be a 20-year-old female with a suspended driver’s license & a apparent penchant for homemade cardboard license plates. Her name is Jahanna Baez-Rodriguez. The surprised Massachusetts trooper didn’t have all trouble differentiating the poorly constructed arts & crafts project from the real thing. In this case, the counterfeit was definitely a example of shoddy workmanship. The cardboard license plate incident in Chicopee went down on the morn of Tuesday, September 2, 2014 on Interstate 391 north just before 7:30 a.m, reported MassLive. It was a clear & sunny day when a Massachusetts trooper spotted the strange problem with the vehicle driven by Baez-Rodriguez. The cardboard license plate spotted by Massachusetts state trooper was scrawled on a white rectangle using blue & red markers. The crafty motorist had scribbled the abbreviation for the month of August in the upper left corner. The name of the state was sloppily printed across the top of the cardboard license plate primarily in uppercase letters. The creator of the number plate used 3 lowercase letters in random locations when spelling “Massachusetts.” “The Spirit of America” was hastily written across the bottom of the plate. “AUG,” “MASSACHuSEttS,” & “The Spirit of America” were inked in blue. The license plate number was inked in red. The creative motorist selected the number 76PH66 for her creation. The would-be artist faces charges of en voyage with a suspended license & attaching false plates, reported Consumerist. Baez-Rodriguez has received a summons to appear in court on charges stemming from the cardboard license plate incident. Anyone convicted of attaching false number plates to a motor car in Massachusetts “shall be punished by a fine of not more than 1 hundred dollars or by imprisonment for not more than ten days, or both,” according to Chapter 90, section 23 of the Massachusetts General Laws. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Rhode Island state troopers were called upon to assist later a Garda armored truck crashed & overturned, spilling bags of loot on the roadway. Traffic was diverted while the wayward cash was rounded up & loaded into a 2nd Garda car as state cops guarded the scene. Fortunately for the imaginative motorist of the vehicle with the cardboard license plate, the Massachusetts trooper did not place her under arrest.

    • Car Details: Black Acura
    • Last Seen Location: CHICOPEE, MA
    Profile Image Alex September 04, 2014
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