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March 10, 2014ALPHARETTA, Ga. – A man was arrested Feb. 26 after allegedly having 10 suspensions on his driver's license.
Police spotted Ray Anthony Duncan, 55, of Academy Street, Alpharetta, driving a motorcycle with old tags. When he was pulled over, it was discovered the motorcycle's tag expired in 2004. On top of this, Duncan had no insurance and a suspended license.
He was found to have had 10 separate suspensions on his license since 2000 due to charges ranging from failure to appear at court to driving without insurance.
Investigation of the insurance sticker on the tag showed it belonged to another motorcycle that reported the sticker stolen in 2012.
Duncan claimed someone gave him the sticker.
Duncan was arrested for theft by receiving stolen property, driving with a suspended license, driving without insurance, driving with an expired tag and altering license plates.