May 26, 2018
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Bangor woman accused of driving without a license, with false plates

Alicia Beck
By Dawn Gagnon, BDN Staff

BANGOR, Maine — A city police officer arrested a local woman Saturday after he pulled her over because the minivan she was driving lacked an inspection sticker.

Alicia Beck, 27, was charged with having false license plates on her vehicle and operating after suspension or revocation of her driver’s license, Bangor police Sgt. Paul Edwards said Monday, citing an arrest report. She also was the subject of a warrant, Edwards said.

According to the police report, Beck was arrested shortly after she was pulled over on Howard Street by Officer Brian Smith. When Smith asked a dispatcher to run her plate number, it came back to a Mercury Cougar, Edwards said.

In January, Beck was fined $250 for driving after her license was suspended or revoked, according to a court listing from the Bangor Daily News archives.

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