COLLINS, N.Y. (WIVB) - Authorities say repeated lies from a Tennessee woman couldn't confuse troopers.
On Wednesday, State Police pulled over 49-year-old Carol Ross on Rt. 62 in Collins for speeding. Troopers say Ross claimed to be the 72-year-old owner of the car, but could not provide matching ID. And when police say they questioned her about her age, she could not match her reported date of birth.
Troopers questioned the passenger in the vehicle, who told police Ross's real name. Authorities say Ross's driving privileges are revoked in New York State.
While placing her under arrest, troopers say they found eight-and-a-half grams of marijuana on her person.
Ross was charged with false impersonation and unlawful possession of marijuana. After being arraigned, she was taken to the Erie County Holding Center on $1,000 bail.
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