(64801/64804) -- Last year 2 hours and 45 minutes away from Joplin, yesterday's New York City terrorist suspect got ticketed as a truck driver.
The terrorist suspect would have driven through Joplin as he worked for a private trucking company based in Florida traveling all over the Midwest.
He was ticketed in 2015 and had to appear in court in Platte City County Court in 2016. He never appeared in court. Fees were paid through mail and a bond was applied. Platte City is 10 minutes from Kansas City International Airport.
He also had numerous other tickets in Nebraska and Eastern Missouri from our research. 🙁 #NYCTerroristAttack
SOURCE in part KMBC 9 News Kansas City. LIVE: Platte County Prosecutor Eric Zahnd discusses a traffic violation involving the NYC terror suspect.
(Platte City, MO - 64079) -- The Missouri State Highway Patrol confirms the suspect in yesterday's attack along a New York City bike trail that killed 8 people was ticketed in the Kansas City area last year.
Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov was driving a 2006 Freightliner tractor trailer at the scale house on I-29 in Platte County, Missouri on December 15, 2016.
Troopers said he was issued a ticket for having bad brakes on the commercial truck he was driving. He was released after repairing the issue.
Saipov is suspected of a terrorist attack in which he reportedly plowed down pedestrians on a bike path in lower Manhattan while driving a rented truck.
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