Forged Registration, Stolen License Plate Leads To Criminal Charges Near Randolph

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RANDOLPH, NY (WNY News Now) – A forged Pennsylvania temporary registration tag, combined with stolen New York State license plates, has led to criminal charges following a traffic stop near Randolph.

The Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office stoped Brandi Barlow’s vehicle just before 3 a.m. Wednesday on Route 242 in the Town of Coldspring.

Following an investigation, deputies discovered the 36-year-old’s alleged crime: forgery and theft.

Barlow’s car, the department says, had a forged PA temporary tag in the window and stolen New York State plates attached.

After reviewing Barlow’s driving record, deputies report she was operating the vehicle with a revoked license.

The suspect was later released with several traffic tickets.


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