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Passenger Arrested after Traffic Stop and How It Happens

A recent traffic stop in the Orange County town of Newburgh has resulted in an arrest—not of the car’s driver, but of its passenger. This incident is an example of the sort of searches and seizures of individual vehicles that are regularly carried out by New York police during traffic stops.

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