ROSAMOND — A traffic stop in Rosamond on Friday yielded a surprise haul: more than $10,000 in stolen Disney merchandise.
California Highway Patrol officers from the Mojave office stopped a Nissan Sentra on Rosamond Boulevard Friday afternoon for driving past a school bus with red lights flashing and stop sign extended, according to a post on the office’s Facebook page.
Once stopped, the officer discovered the driver had a suspended license and further investigation yielded more than $10,000 of stolen Disney merchandise “along with other illegal paraphernalia,” according to the post.
The stolen merchandise appeared to be primarily Disney pins, which when laid out filled the top of a table at the Mojave office.
The driver was booked into Kern County Jail, and CHP officials contacted Disneyland security to make arrangements to return the items.
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