West New York Commission candidate Hector Hernandez shelled out over $500 recently to clear up an old traffic violation in Clark Township, New Jersey.
Clark Township Municipal Court Administrator Lorraine Disko says back on October 23, 2012, Judge Antonio Inacio fined Hernandez for driving with a suspended license. She says Hernandez never paid the fine or showed up in court until he was arrested last month.
Disko says Hernandez paid $535 to clear up the problem and the case has been closed. She provided Hudson County TV with Hernandez’ license plate number, allowing us to research other potential violations. According to the New Jersey Courts website, Hernandez has 16 outstanding tickets in West New York, five in Bayonne, one in Hoboken, one in Jersey City and one in North Bergen. The bulk of the tickets involve parking violations.
Hernandez is running on Count Wiley’s ticket. Campaign manager Michael Indri issued the following statement to Hudson County TV this afternoon. “The outstanding parking tickets, which were incurred by Hernandez’ children without his knowledge, are being taken care of and the issue in Clark Township has been rectified.”