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Local police apprehend Goldsboro woman on outstanding warrant
Published:
7/24/2014 2:58:27 PM


 
By John Cate
Editor
A Goldsboro woman ended up as a guest of the Johnston County Jail last week after a routine traffic stop revealed that she not only was driving without a license, but also had an outstanding warrant out for her arrest.
Officer Joseph Cuddington of the Princeton Police Department noticed a 2002 Jaguar traveling east on U.S. Highway 70 shortly before midnight on July 20, with a tail light out. Cuddington stopped the vehicle and asked the driver, identified as Tatiana Cynthia Johnson, 23, of 122 Rockefeller Court, Goldsboro, for her license. According to the report, Ms. Johnson told the officer that her license was suspended.
After Cuddington ran the registration on the Jaguar, he was also informed that Johnson had a verified arrest warrant on file. He informed her that she was under arrest for the warrant, which was issued Sept. 23, 2013 for a non-DWI traffic violation in Wayne County.
Johnson received citations for driving while license revoked and for the missing tail light. She was placed in the Johnston County Jail under $1,000 secured bond and given a court date of Aug. 19 in Goldsboro on the outstanding warrant and Sept. 12 on the new charges.

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