Routine Traffic Stop Reveals $13,000 in Stolen Disneyland Merchandise
On Friday, March 8th, at around 3:30pm, the California Highway Patrol’s Mojave office made a routine traffic stop which resulted in a car full of stolen merchandise from Disneyland.
A Nissan Sentra was pulled over in Kern County City after the driver of the vehicle, whose name was not publicly disclosed, failed to stop when approaching a parked school bus with flashing lights and a stop signed engaged. The driver’s license was suspended. After that was when the CHP officer said he found the stolen Disneyland merchandise “along with other illegal paraphernalia”.
Traffic stop led to discovery of $13,000 worth of stolen @Disney merchandise, drugs, and other illegal items. The suspect was initially stopped for passing a school bus displaying flashing red lights/stop sign, a violation of 22454(a) CVC. @KTLA @ABC7 @FOXLA pic.twitter.com/JE2QjxzzSc
— CHP- Mojave (@chpmojave) March 9, 2019
Hundreds of Disney trading pins and other items valuing $13,000 was stolen. The price of the pins at Disneyland typically ranges from $9.99 to $14.99.
The CHP contacted Disneyland security and made arrangements to return the property.
“Disneyland can now return to being the happiest place on Earth. Well, maybe second happiest, because the CHP Academy is the happiest place on Earth!” the post added.
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