Port Authority accuses trucker of being toll cheat
By The Associated Press
FORT LEE, N.J. (AP) -
The Port Authority of New
York and New Jersey says its police have arrested a truck driver who
allegedly tried to evade tolls.
A Port Authority spokesman says 43-year-old Yuriy
Ganzman of Avon, CT., was pulled over around 4: 15 p.m. Friday at the
George Washington Bridge after police noticed his tractor-trailer
allegedly did not have a proper emissions sticker and had a trailer
plate improperly displayed.
Police say the plate had been reported lost or stolen in August from a New Jersey company.
Ganzman faces charges including toll theft and
possession of lost property. It was not immediately known Saturday if
Ganzman has an attorney.
The Freightliner tractor-trailer is registered to
Ganzman Trucking of Farmington, CT. A message left Saturday at the
company was not immediately returned.
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