Make us your home page
Instagram

Today’s top headlines delivered to you daily.

(View our Privacy Policy)

Shopper overhears man bragging about driving without a license, calls police

MOON LAKE

Man boasts of driving on suspended license

Nicholas Joe Curtis, 25, was inside a Winn-Dixie supermarket Tuesday evening boasting about driving on a suspended license, authorities say.

A shopper overheard Curtis, saw him get into his car and called the Pasco County Sheriff's Office with a description.

A deputy pulled over Curtis, whose license had been suspended since 2005 for failing to pay a traffic fine, a report states.

Curtis, of 12924 Manatee Ave. in Moon Lake Estates, was arrested and charged with knowingly driving with a suspended license.

He was released Wednesday on his own recognizance from the Pasco jail.

Times staff

Shopper overhears man bragging about driving without a license, calls police 03/07/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 7, 2012 7:16pm]
Photo reprints | Article reprints

© 2017 Tampa Bay Times

    

Join the discussion: Click to view comments, add yours

Loading...
  1. Top 5 at noon: Times investigation into Tampa Electric deaths; Buckhorn, others donate to move Confederate monument; and more

    News

    Here are the latest headlines and updates on tampabay.com.

    Aerial view of the Tampa Electric Big Bend power station. [Sunday, August 13, 2017] [Photo Luis Santana | Times]
  2. Bucs and Bucks: HBO's Hard Knocks series boosts local businesses

    Business

    TAMPA — Men can enjoy yoga, including the most athletic ones. That is the message that the co-founder of Camp Tampa, a fitness studio located in South Tampa, wants to push after a few Tampa Bay Buccaneers players were shown practicing on HBO's television series Hard Knocks.

    Longtime hairstylist, Katie Ellwood styles Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Kwon Alexander's hair last week at New Identities Hair Studio of Tampa Palms. The camera crew follows Kwon Alexander and other Bucs players during the team's training camp for the HBO show "Hard Knocks," a documentary television series about the ups and downs of an NFL training camp. [Courtesy of New Identities Hair Studio]
  3. Old Time Pottery adds store in Largo

    Business

    LARGO — A home decor and furniture store opened Thursday at 1111 Missouri Ave. N, according to a news release from the Central Pinellas Chamber of Commerce. This is Old Time Pottery's fourth location in the Tampa Bay area, joining stores in Kenneth City, New Port Richey and Brandon. The company, which has 41 …

  4. Four candidates qualify to to run for Seminole City Council

    Elections

    SEMINOLE — Four candidates have qualified for two open seats on the City Council.

    Seminole City Council member Bob Matthews.
  5. On move-in day at USF, 850 students call brand-new Village dorms home

    Blogs

    TAMPA — As thousands of University of South Florida students flock to campus for the fall semester, 850 of them have lucked out with rooms in brand-new residence halls.

    A view of an open plaza leading to "The Hub," a student dining hall in the Village, the new $134 million student housing complex set to open in phases at the University of South Florida in Tampa.