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PITTSBURGH (WPRI) – The Pittsburg High School student behind the car stop said it was a mistake and has received an automatic four years probation from his school for speeding.
According to authorities, student Joseph Mecum of Pottstown had broken the rules after driving his car on an unoccupied highway in a 40 mph zone on June 30th.
Police stopped Mecum after learning of his speeding and later discovered he had been pulled over by another driver. A school patrol officer pulled over Mecum after Mecum failed to signal that he was not moving. Mecum failed to signal, according to authorities. His license was also suspended for 14 days and was also revoked.
According to the Pennsylvania State Police Traffic Division, Mecum violated the law by not signaling to turn right upon approaching a designated right-hand turn.
Mecum was arrested at his home Wednesday after a warrant was issued for his arrest. When he was released on his own바카라사이트 recognizance, he was immediately arrested on misdemeanor assault and battery charges, according to officials.
Mecum is facing six counts of reckless operation of a vehicle on a roadway, multiple counts of endangering another by DUI, a reckless driving on a roadway and leaving the scene of an accident, according to officials.
The high school student was taken to the Allegheny County Jail.
The case is being investigated by Pittsburg School District Police as part of its Student Assistance Program.
According to the Pittsburg Public Schools Traffic Services website, the school district has implemented a one-year zero tolerance policy for any behavior that causes or attempts to cause injury to any stu더킹카지노dent.
Parents are asked to contact the Pittsburg school district for바카라사이트 more information.