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Suspicious Vehicle Report Leads To Arrest Of Mansfield Man

Taylor R. Liedtka had an active warrant and was driving with a suspended license

Stafford police recently arrested a Mansfield man with an active warrant after he apparently struck a stop sign on Route 72.

Taylor R. Liedtka, 20, was driving with a suspended license and had an active warrant out of North Hanover Township, police said.

Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle at 5:30 a.m. on April 12 on Dusty Miller Road. They found Liedtka changing a flat tire on a Honda Civic with moderate front end, hood and roof damage, said police.

Liedkta told police that he hit a deer on Route 72. The damage did not appear consistent with the typical impact from a deer.  Police located a destroyed street sign a quarter of a mile east on Route 72. The damage to the car appeared to match the damage a street sign of that size would cause. Liedkta then told police he may have hit the sign after losing control of the car when he swerved from the deer impact, police said.

Police discovered that Liedkta held an active warrant issued by North Hanover Municipal Court and his drivers license was suspended. He was placed under arrest and transported to police headquarters, where he posted the required bail.  He was issued a motor vehicle summons and released with a court date to be set by the respective court.

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