Long Island man arrested for 45 license suspensions and revocations

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NESCONSET, Long Island (PIX11) –Suffolk County police arrested a man Friday after finding out that his license had been suspended or revoked 45 times since 2011.

Officer Richard Regula responded to the scene of a crash on Old Nichols Road in Nesconset  when he determined that James A. Tomassi was driving an registered 2002 Suzuki motorcycle that crashed into a 2000 Toyota around 6:55 p.m.

45 Suspension

James A.Tomassi was arrested for driving without a license that had been suspended and revoked 45 times since 2001.

Upon investigation, Officer Regula found that Tomassi’s license was currently suspected and his suspensions included 30 scofflaws on 13 separate dates. He was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle in the first degree and received 10 traffic-related summonses.

Tomassi, of Lake Grove, was held overnight at Suffolk County’s fourth precinct and is scheduled to be arraigned in district court in Central Islip on Oct. 4.

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