WASHINGTON — A Texas woman was arrested Thursday after a photo of her license plate led to a traffic stop that led to her arrest.
The license plate on the plate belonged to a woman who is an assistant superintendent for the Arlington Police Department, Arlington police Chief John Mims said.
Arlington police said in a news release that the woman was driving with her son, who was riding in a car.
Mims identified the woman as 44-year-old Rebecca Dufresne.
Police said Dufleson was taken into custody after the stop.
Mires said she was booked into the Fairfax County Jail and is charged with a misdemeanor charge of improper license plates.
She was being held at the Fairfax Jail on a $75,000 bond.
A spokeswoman for the state Department of Public Safety said Dafresne was issued a driver’s license but that she has not had any traffic citations issued.
The Department of Motor Vehicles said Daffresne is the owner of a home in Fort Worth, Texas.
A Facebook page that was set up by Dafsenson in August has since been deleted.
Arlington officials say she has no previous arrests in the city.
She is scheduled to appear in court in Washington, D.C., on March 17.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.