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Crossville guy popped in town for driving suspended/revoked

Posted by on Tuesday, June 18th, 2019 @ 12:23 pm.

CROSSVILLE, Ill. - Apparently, a Crossville guy thought it was okay to drive without a license as long as he was in his own hometown.

But of course that premise doesn't fly with law enforcement or the courts...and what he was driving didn't help matters, either.

This whole thing went down last night (Monday, June 17) when at 7:15 p.m., an officer stopped Paul M. Smith, 35 of Crossville, while Smith was riding a mini-bike on the roadway.

As it turned out, the officer knew Smith's license to be suspended, and so Smith was arrested on that charge. And then of course the bike he was operating wasn't the street-worthy kind, so Smith was additionally cited for Improper Operation of an Off-Highway Motorcycle on Roadway.

Smith was apparently able to post bond as he is currently not being showed as incarcerated at Carmi's city/county jail.

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