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Friday, September 18, 2015
ENP STAFF REPORTS
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TOWN OF LOCKPORT — An 18-year-old City of Lockport man was charged Thursday morning with displaying a fake inspection sticker when stopped on Transit Road by a Niagara County Sheriff's Office.

According to the NCSO arrest report, Chris Campbell, 40 Crosby Ave., was driving in the Taco Bell parking lot at approximately 11:36 a.m. when patrol "observed an odd looking NYS inspection sticker, that appeared to be taped to the front windshield of the listed vehicle."

Patrol performed a DMV computer check which revealed the listed vehicle had no current/valid NYS inspection sticker on file and then initiated a traffic stop of Campbell's vehicle.

Patrol noticed that the off-looking inspection sticker had been removed from the windshield, asking Campbell where it went. "At first, Campbell denied that there was anything on the windshield. After a short time, Campbell did admit that he had a fake inspection certificate taped there, but had ripped it down as Patrol was behind him."

The driver then told patrol where it was hidden and when it was retrieved it was found to be a "smaller, yellow 2015 NYS inspection piece of paper," which Campbell said he printed from something he found on the Internet after his vehicle failed inspection.

"It was the most stupidest thing I've ever done," Campbell told patrol.

He is to appear in Town of Lockport Court on Oct. 1. The forged certificate was submitted to the NCSO lockers for evidence.



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