Cambridge man arrested for license suspension, providing false identity

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CAMBRIDGE — A traffic stop on Rt. 15 led to the arrest of a 32-year-old man for driving with a suspended license and providing false information to police.

Vermont State Police pulled over a vehicle for a traffic violation on March 15.

During the stop, the driver initially gave a false name to the officers.

Further investigation revealed his true identity as Joseph Breen, a resident of Cambridge.

Authorities discovered that Breen’s driving privileges had been criminally suspended.

He was also found to be in violation of several conditions of his release from a prior incident.

Breen was arrested and taken to Morristown Police Department for processing.

Following the arrest, Breen was released with a citation and is scheduled to appear in Lamoille Superior Court to respond to the charges of driving with a license suspended (DLS), violation of conditions of release (VCOR), and furnishing false information to police officers (FIPO).

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