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Man offers sticky note as ID in Pa. traffic stop: Report

A man pulled over in Pennsylvania offered up something unsual when asked to produce identification, according to this report:

He gave them a yellow sticky note with a name and a date of birth on it, police said.
Police ran the name and date of birth in the computer, and the photo did not match the man in the car. Police said the man then gave them a different date of birth, and his photo and name came up on the computer -- Fernando Febles, formerly of Nanticoke, Luzerne County.
Febles apparently used a cousin's name and birth date on the note, police said. Police also learned Febles was wanted on drug and assault charges in Luzerne County.

Read the full story on the Morning Call web site.

By Washington Post Editors  |  April 15, 2010; 7:45 AM ET
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