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Eighteen license suspensions already? Drive on, she says

Kimberly Marie Reed, 29, of Waterford.
Kimberly Marie Reed, 29, of Waterford.
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— A Waterford woman was charged with a felony Saturday after it was discovered she had multiple license suspensions, Waterford police said.

Kimberly Marie Reed, 29, of 3rd Street, was stopped about 10 a.m. for what police said was an equipment violation. A check determined she had 18 license suspensions, and she was arrested on a charge of felony aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle.

Reed appeared before Town Justice David Fusco, and was initially jailed in lieu of $1,000 cash bail.

On Friday, Waterford police said they ticketed Richard J. Hebert, 21, of George Street, Green Island, for allegedly driving while his license was suspended for a DWI conviction.

He was also found to have an active suspension for failure to answer a summons, and a restriction on his license prohibiting him from driving without an interlock device. He was ticketed, and will appear in town court on Jan. 16.

Both cases were handled by Sgt. Michael Shudt.

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