An Arizona driver’s license has been suspended after police say he allegedly paid a woman $40 to buy the driver’s licenses of people he knew in a drug deal.
The Arizona Republic reported that the incident happened in March when a 21-year-old Arizona man was pulled over by police in Mesa.
The officer asked him if he had any warrants out for him, the report said.
The man told the officer that he had purchased the woman a car license and a license plate.
He said the woman paid him $40 for each license plate in exchange for the car license, but said she wanted the other license plate to show the same person as her boyfriend.
The officer wrote down the man’s address, which he later gave to a local newspaper.
The Phoenix Police Department said in a statement that after reviewing the report, the officer was satisfied that the transaction was legal.
The man is not facing charges.