A Rockland County man driving a pickup truck with nearly a dozen suspensions on his license is facing a new charge after being busted following a routine traffic stop in Nyack.
Officers on patrol from the Orangetown Police Department stopped Spring Valley resident Marquis Gamble, 32, shortly before 10 p.m. on Tuesday night, when he committed a traffic violation on Polhemus Street.
During the subsequent traffic stop, it was determined that Gamble was driving his 2000 Dodge Ram with a license that had been suspended nine times on four different dates for failing to answer summonses for various charges.
Gamble was arrested at the scene and charged with a misdemeanor count of second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Following arraignment, Gamble was released on bail and is due back in Nyack Justice Court on May 5 to answer the charge.
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