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NJ Driver Skipped Out on $56K in Tolls, Fees: Police

Alesandel Rodriguez had 888 violations and about $56,240 in outstanding fees, according to Port Authority of New York and New Jersey police

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    A New Jersey man who avoided paying tolls nearly 900 times and owes more than $56,000 in unpaid tolls and fees has been arrested, police said Saturday. 

    An officer stopped Alesandel Rodriguez's car Friday morning after it failed to post a payment in an EZ-Pass lane on the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey police said.

    The car was missing front and rear license plates, and a temporary New York tag inside the vehicle had expired, authorities said.

    Further investigation found the Teaneck man's EZ-Pass accounts were revoked, showing 888 violations and about $56,240 in outstanding fees. Authorities also learned there was a warrant for his arrest.

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    Rodriguez was charged with theft of service. It wasn't known Saturday if he has retained an attorney.