Clarion Man Charged with Receiving Stolen Registration and Related Traffic Offenses

BROOKVILLE, Pa. (EYT) – A Clarion man is facing various charges following a recent traffic stop in Brookville.

According to Brookville Borough Police, around 5:58 p.m. on April 19, an incident of receiving stolen property occurred on State Route 36, Allegheny Boulevard, in Brookville, Jefferson County.

Police say a criminal complaint is being filed against James F. Morris, Jr., of Clarion, following a traffic stop on Allegheny Boulevard.

Upon stopping Morris, the registration plate on the vehicle was reported and entered by Avalon Police Department as allegedly being stolen in August of 2012.

In addition, there was no valid registration, inspection, and insurance, and Morris’ driving privilege was suspended.

He is being charged with receiving stolen property and related traffic offenses regarding the numerous violations on the vehicle.


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