Handwritten License Plate Leads to Arrest of Car Thief in Benicia
Police in Benicia saw a handmade license plate early Friday morning. It may have looked official to the person who made it, but a check showed the car had been stolen.
In the 5000 block of East Second Avenue around 1 a.m., an officer saw “this beautifully handwritten license plate on a car,” according to a police social media post.
Benicia Police Department shared a post on Facebook:
There were seven numbers and letters on the plate, but the cops didn’t think it was good enough.
Police posted a picture of the handwritten license plate that makes it look like it has an end date of 2025, but they said it is actually written for 2023.
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The department wrote on Facebook, “We know we are not superheroes, but just FYI this is NOT a way to get one over on us.” The car had been reported stolen from Alameda, according to a check.
It was smooth for police to stop, arrest, and book the driver, a 38-year-old woman, into the Solano County Jail.