NEW YORK (AP) — A motorcycle rider seriously injured when an SUV ran him over after a New York City highway altercation was recently arrested in Massachusetts for driving with a revoked license.
Edwin Mieses Jr., of Lawrence, Mass., was struck on Sunday. He broke both legs and suffered a spine injury that his family says will leave him paralyzed.
According to police and Massachusetts motor vehicle records, Mieses hasn't had a valid license or permit to drive in the state since 1999. He also never applied for a motorcycle license.
It isn't clear if he had been licensed in any other state.
He was arrested most recently on May 24 in Andover, Mass., and has had dozens of other violations.
His attorney had no comment.