Mom cited after gas can strapped in car seat, not child
Courtesy: Aurora Police
AURORA, Colo. — What was supposed to be routine traffic stop last week produced a bizarre photo opportunity for an Aurora Police officer.
Police say the officer pulled over a vehicle as part of the “Click It or Ticket” campaign when he noticed a gasoline can was strapped into a child car seat in the backseat of the vehicle, while a child wearing only a diaper was restrained with just a lap belt.
The female driver, the mother of the child, was cited for no proof of insurance and three counts of seat belt violations, Aurora Police told The Denver Post.
A 14-year-old was also in the car.
The officer took a photograph of the infraction which was first published on the Colorado Department of Transportation’s Facebook page.
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