PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The most exceedingly awful toll dodger in Pennsylvania is being requested to pay up.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Jarrett Firm didn’t pay for treks on the Pennsylvania Road multiple times from 2012 to 2017, more than any other individual in the state. The 36-year-old from rural Philadelphia piled on almost $128,000 in unpaid tolls and ensuing fines.
In an arrangement with investigators, he conceded in April to robbery of administrations, was requested to pay over $11,500 and was condemned to five years’ probation.
No lawyer to represent him is recorded in online court documents.
Stiff’s case and two others settled in rural Philadelphia this week are the most recent instances of the Freeway Commission’s forceful new way to deal with toll evaders.
The commission started seeking after lawful offense accusations against toll scofflaws who owed $2,000 or more with an end goal to recover weighty misfortunes from unpaid tolls.
Information from: The Philadelphia Inquirer, http://www.inquirer.com