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Man Arrested For Driving After Lifetime Ban

Angola Police arrested a LaGrange man for dri­ving a car after his license had been sus­pended for life.

36-year-old Leroy Titus III was pulled over after an offi­cer noticed he had plates which expired last Decem­ber.

Titus told the offi­cer that the vehi­cle was not his and he did not have a license.

A quick check, and a few moments later, Titus was booked on a Class C felony for Oper­at­ing a Vehi­cle After A Life­time Sus­pen­sion as well as on a felony fugi­tive war­rant out of DeKalb County.

Titus was locked up with bond set at $25,000 with ten per­cent allowed.

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