Rushern Baker's son charged with driving on suspended license
The son of Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker was charged in May with driving on a suspended license, The Washington Post reports.
Rushern L. Baker IV, who intends to run for Prince George’s County delegate in 2014, was stopped for speeding on May 28. He initially had his license suspended for not paying a traffic ticket, the Post reports.
Baker told the Post that he didn’t know his license had been suspended until the officer told him on May 28 during the traffic stop.
Of the initial suspension, Baker told the Post that he was paying the ticket off in installments and thought he paid it in full.
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