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January 07, 2017

New Jersey man arrested after police find he allegedly owes $94,000 in tolls

A New Jersey man has been arrested after officials discovered that he allegedly owes more than $94,000 in unpaid tolls.

Sean Haluska, 43 of Farmingdale in Monmouth County, was seen blowing through an EZ-Pass toll lane at the Outerbridge Crossing connecting New York and New Jersey shortly before 10 a.m. Friday, reported

Port Authority police then stopped Haluska where they found that he was driving on a suspended license, according to the Asbury Park Press.

Police reviewed Haluska's EZPass account – though he claimed he didn't have one – to find that he has collected more than $94,600 in toll fare and other fees.

He also allegedly had about 1,500 open violations.

Haluska's car, a 2011 Mazda sedan, was impounded and he was later charged with obstructing governmental administration, petit larceny and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.