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Wildwood police apprehend man driving on expired license

Henrique De Souza Santos
Henrique De Souza Santos

Wildwood police apprehended a man driving on an expired license.

Henrique DeSouza Santos, 38, of Kissimmee, was driving a black 2013 Dodge pickup at about 6:30 p.m. Thursday when he was pulled over on U.S. 301 near the Florida Turnpike when a check revealed the truck’s registered owner had an expired license.

The officer asked Santos about the status of his driver’s license and he claimed it had been seized in 2018 during a traffic stop in Orlando.

He was arrested on a charge of driving on an expired license and booked at the Sumter County Detention Center. He was released after posting $500 bond.

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