$13,000 of Stolen Disneyland Merchandise Discovered at Routine Traffic Stop


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On March 8, the California Highway Patrol recovered $13,000 worth of stolen merchandise from the Disneyland Resort. The driver was arrested for stealing what was mostly Disney Parks pins, but they were also cited for “other illegal paraphernalia.”

The driver of a Nissan Sentra was originally pulled over by a California Highway Patrol officer for not stopping at a parked school bus, which had its stop sign displayed, then the officer discovered that the driver’s licenses had been suspended, which then led to the discovery of the stolen merchandise. The arrest was made in Rosamond, California, which is about an hour and 45 minutes away from the Disneyland Resort.

Credit: The Orange County Register


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