Two of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s most wanted were taken down this week, ending years of dodged tolls from a pair of motorists that collectively owed more than $100,000 in fees.
The MTA announced that “two of the agency’s top persistent toll violators” responsible for racking up several hundred toll violations each were stopped and had their vehicles impounded. Bridge and Tunnel officers busted the motorists at the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge.
Officers caught the first violator on Wednesday, a driver whose violations exceeded 600 in the span of a few years and came out to almost $69,000. The MTA said the driver was stopped for a suspended registration,
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