NY Attack Suspect Was Cited For Trucking Violations In Iowa
NEW YORK (AP) – Court records show a man accused of killing eight people with a truck in New York City was cited several times in Nebraska and Iowa for trucking violations.
Online court records in Nebraska show Sayfullo Saipov was most recently ticketed by the Nebraska State Patrol on Feb. 4 for having an overweight truck in Cass County and paid the $75 fine.
In March 2014, he pleaded guilty and was fined $50 in Lincoln County for failing to stop and have his truck weighed.
In October 2011, Saipov pleaded guilty to driving more than 11 hours in a 14-hour period in Cass County and paid a $50 fine. Six weeks later, he was ticketed for driving an overweight truck through Nebraska and fined $150.
In Iowa, Saipov paid $127.50 in court costs and fines for not keeping his driving log current in December 2011.
He is accused of taking a deadly drive down a crowded bike path in New York City on Tuesday.