AVON – A Monroe County man is facing felony unlicensed driving charges following a traffic stop in which his licenses was found to have been suspended a total of 24 times, reports the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office.
Alexander C. Schwartz, 24, of Henrietta, was stopped by Deputy Matthew Thomas, who was assigned to the Sheriff’s Office STOP DWI Unit, about 2:40 p.m. June 12 on Lakeville Road for an alleged violation of state vehicle and traffic law.
A records check revealed that Schwartz was operating the vehicle with his driver’s license suspended a total of 24 times, the Sheriff’s Office said.
Schwartz was charged with first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a Class E felony. He was also cited with violations of vehicle and traffic law, including operating an unregistered motor vehicle and operating an uninsured motor vehicle.
Schwartz was issued appearance and traffic tickets for the charges. He was turned over to Central Booking deputies and Livingston County Jail for processing and later released to appear in Town of Avon Court at a later date. The charges did not qualify for arraignment under the state’s Justice Reform Act.