A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post called Suspended but undeterred, in which I ranted about the problem of chronic repeat suspended drivers. Well, this one takes the cake.
Earlier this morning, around 3:00 AM, a Lincoln police officer stopped a motorist for a minor traffic infraction. He had no driver's license, and lied about his identity. It didn't work. The officer figured out who he really was pretty quickly.
He tried to deceive the officer about his identity because he is suspended, but here's the kicker: he has previously been convicted of driving on a suspended license 21 times. That's pretty impressive for a 29 year old, and has to be close to a record of some sort.