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Old 02-08-2012, 09:13 PM
 
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He should have swung by New Mexico to get an easy drivers license and maybe he wouldn't be in this mess he's in.

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The on scene investigation determined Pineda was an unlicensed illegal alien and could not provide any information regarding the ownership of the vehicle. He was placed under arrest for driving while unlicensed.

Alpharetta police arrived on scene and assisted with the incident and interview of Pineda.

While searching the vehicle after the arrest, police found a large duffel bag containing kilos of illegal narcotics. The trunk contained very large trash bags containing numerous kilos of narcotics and a lot of U.S. currency.
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