Queens Resident Issued Several Tickets After Traffic Stop In Bronxville

Guang Xing Le of Flushing, NY was stopped last week by Bronxville PD for driving the wrong way down Valley Road in Bronxville.

It seems as if sometimes getting pulled over by police for one incident can occasionally lead to a whole other slew of infractions for some individuals.

Last week, Bronxville Police Sgt. Bart Sandarciero detained Guang Xing Le, a 54 year-old resident of Flushing, NY for operating his vehicle while his driver's license was suspended due to "failure to pay driver assessment," according to Bronxville PD.

The misdemeanor was brought about when Le was stopped by police at the intersection of Pondfield Road and Valley Road in Bronxville for driving the wrong way down a one-way street.

This lead police to find that his driver's license was suspended as well, resulting in the issuing of several traffic tickets and Le's vehicle being impounded.

Le is due back in Bronxville Village Court on Nov. 30 to answer the charges.

Do you think Bronxville Police do an effective job of stopping motorist who are engaging in illegal maneuvers on village roadways?  Let us know in the comments section below!

L Murphy November 08, 2011 at 10:23 PM
The one issue that comes to mind is people who make a turn that crosses the double line because they see a vacant parking spot on the opposite side of the street-- it happens on both Pondfield and Kraft Aves. I actually saw someone do it on Kraft today, and there was a police car (not a parking enforcement person, a REAL police car) a few cars behind me who just kept going. It's not only illegal, it is dangerous.
Josh Semendoff November 08, 2011 at 11:24 PM
Agreed! Too often I see this as well. I know for a fact Bronxville PD does pull people over for this as my friend just got pulled over last month over crossing the double yellow so let's assume the cop you saw today was enroute to another location


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