By Jim Clark
A police patrol unit observed a vehicle run a red light on Pearl St. last week and pulled the car over in order to issue a citation.
The driver was asked for her license and registration, but only supplied the vehicle’s registration, saying that she was not in possession of her license at that time, according to reports.
When asked for her name and date of birth the woman reportedly said that her name was Katie O’Donnell, but she then hesitated and said that she could not remember her date of birth, police said.
The woman was then asked to step out of the car, at which time the officer told her that if she did not properly identify herself she would be placed under arrest.
The woman then told the officer that her name was Kimberly Pendola and she also supplied a date of birth.
The name and birthdate matched database records and revealed that Pendola currently had a suspended license.
She was then placed under arrest and charged with operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license and failure to stop or yield.