Scarsdale Police arrested an Edgewood Road resident on September 23 after catching him talking on his cell phone while driving and driving without a license–after it had been suspended seven times.
Police arrested Ryan M. Duffield, 32, on charges of operating a motor vehicle on a public highway while using a mobile phone; aggravated unlicensed operation of motor vehicle (three or more suspensions); drivers licencse violations.
Police stopped the driver after seeing him talking on his cell phone while driving on Popham Road, according to the police report.
After pulling him over, the driver gave police his passport and said he did not have his driver's license on him, according to SPD.
Police ran a DMV computer check and found he had seven license suspensions from failure to pay fines in Manhattan and Brooklyn, according to the report.
SPD also discovered a warrant from NYPD for theft of services from August 26, 2010.
The defendant was released on $200 cash bail and is set to appear in Scarsdale Justice Court on October 3.