Two Traffic Stops Leads To Charges For Two In Easton - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Two Traffic Stops Leads To Charges For Two In Easton

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EASTON, Md. - Two people were arrested on Saturday in Easton, after reportedly getting pulled over twice in one night. Easton Police say around 3:15 AM on Saturday, officers stopped a vehicle on Eastbound Route 50 at Lomax Street, for driving over the posted speed limit.

According to the report, the driver, 27-year-old Abel Ramos, of Parksley, Virginia, didn't have a license, and the passenger, 22-year-old Keyla Velasquez, also didn't have a valid license. Ramos was apparently given a citation for operating without a license and exceeding the maximum speed limit, and ordered to not drive the vehicle.

Police say just before 4:00 AM, officers say the same vehicle, again on Eastbound Route 50, this time near Idlewild Avenue, and stopped it, with Velasquez driving. Both Velasquez and Ramos were arrested.

Velasquez was charged with driving without a license and willfully disobeying a lawful order, and Ramos was charged with willfully disobeying a lawful order. Ramos was released on personal recognizance, and Velasquez  was  released on $5000 bond.

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