I mean who the hell lets their kid drive a car that is unregistered??? What kind of example does that set? Isn't Penn Valley the land of Good and Plenty? Can't afford a registration after the settlement? All they got for their efforts was a case of Mike and Ikes? Didn't they say last year when this case settled that some of the money was so Blake could get a car? (Again, some sh*t you can't make up, so see bottom of post for that reference.)
Posted: Thu, Dec. 1, 2011, 6:03 PM
A Lower Merion student who alleged that Harriton High School officials used a webcam to spy on him, then made the charges stick in court, has been cited for vehicle-code violations in Lower Merion.October 13, 2010|By John P. Martin, Inquirer Staff Writer
Blake J. Robbins, 17, of the 400 block of Hidden River Road, Penn Valley, was cited Nov. 26 by Lower Merion police officer Stephen M. Salera for driving an unregistered vehicle and displaying a license plate on the wrong vehicle.
Robbins and his parents, Michael and Holly, could not be reached for comment Thursday.
Court records show traffic citations were filed Nov. 30 at Magisterial District Judge Kathleen M. Valentine's court in Ardmore.
The records indicate that court officials were waiting for Robbins, a juvenile, to enter a plea. Both are summary offenses, which means that Robbins could plead guilty and pay a fine, or request a hearing at the District Court level, said Michael J. McGrath, Lower Merion's Superintendent of Police.
McGrath said he couldn't comment on the specifics of the case because Robbins is a juvenile.