Authorities first began investigating stolen gas calls dating back to October 2013.
Snoopy fans could soon be able to show their Peanuts pride on the road! The state Senate passed a bill Wednesday allowing the DMV to issue a commemorate license plate featuring the beloved character.
One of California’s most popular state license plates is now retired, but a similar one has taken its place.
The state will soon stop issuing license plates that feature artist Wyland’s whale design. Instead, they will be replaced by new ones that debut next month.
The replacement for the Ford Crown Victoria is equipped with an infrared night vision camera, automated license plate scanner, and a touch-screen center console.
The letters, combined with the specialty (“Kids First”) plate, made state bureaucrats conclude the owner was advocating cannibalism, or something else. Licence revoked.
The California Association of Museums wants to put Snoopy on California license plates.