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Mount Pleasant police say a 25-year-old Kenosha man was taken into custody last week on outstanding warrants and cited for his 23rd operating on a suspended license.
Tommy Shavers was pulled over at 7:25 a.m. Feb. 5 on Highway 32 for a traffic violation, and officers confirmed he was driving on a suspended license with active warrants out of Kenosha and Pleasant Prairie for traffic-related offenses.
Shavers was transported to the Racine County Jail and cited for his 23rd driving while suspended violation and driving without insurance. He has to pay $313 and $218.50, respectively, for those tickets.