BYRAM TOWNSHIP, NJ (Sussex County) – A woman is accused of having a fake temporary license plate on her car and possessing a fake registration card.
On December 8, a Byram Township police officer observed a vehicle with an expired temporary registration plate traveling on Route 206. A traffic stop was initiated and during the stop, police determined that the temporary registration plate number was assigned to a different vehicle, police said.
A further police investigation revealed that the passenger in the vehicle who is also the vehicle’s owner, Dina D. Dileo, purchased the fake temporary registration plate and also a fake temporary registration card at a location in Paterson, police said.
The driver of the vehicle, Andres Armenteros of Port Chester, NY, was issued motor vehicle summonses for driving while suspended, unlicensed driver, driving a vehicle without an interlock device, unregistered vehicle and fictitious registration plates, police said.
Several days later, Dileo was charged with third-degree displaying a false government document and fourth-degree possessing a false government document. She was released pending a court appearance, police said.