Police did not observe the person driving a vehicle with a suspended license .
But by some reason they charged her by e-file .
Either a neighbor had a video or took a picture
or they had some sort of surveillance as she drove away.
and I guessed it was time stamped .
Or The neighbor called the officer personally and told him that she seen her drive away at this particular time .
And possibly the officer wasn’t even on duty because she said she seen no police because she didn’t go far.
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