NJ man arrested after racking up $20,000 in tolls and fees

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Sunday, November 20, 2016
James Clicerio was arrested for nearly $21,000 in charges due to not paying fines.
The Port Authority of New York

NEW YORK (KTRK) -- A New Jersey man is facing prosecution after failing to pay more than $20,000 in tolls and fees from area roadways, police said.

James Clicerio was arrested Thursday when he ran a tollbooth, the Port Authority of New York said in a statement.

The man's total outstanding fees were nearly $21,000. He had five EZ Pass accounts and 323 violations, police said.

Clicerio faces charges of larceny and obstructing governmental administration, the authority said.