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Motorist drove in LIC with suspended license: Brown

LONG ISLAND CITY — A 23-year-old Bronx resident was accused of driving on a suspended license in Long Island City, the Queens district attorney said.

Anthony Reyes, of the Bronx, was asked by police to pull over his 2006 BMW at 5th Street and 47th Avenue in Long Island City May 5, Queens DA Richard Brown said.

The defendant coult not produce a valid driver’s license, inspection sticker, insurance card or registration, the DA said.

Reyes, who was arraigned May 3 before Queens Criminal Court Judge Deborah Stevens Modica, was released on his own recognizance, Brown said.

The defendant’s license had allegedly been suspended on more than one occasion, according to a printout police obtained from the state Department of Motor Vehicles.

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