ONLY ON CVP: A Harrington Park man who received traffic tickets in eight different towns in just over two months was released after spending two nights in the Bergen County Jail.
Roderick Oh, a 41-year-old Canada native who lives in Harrington Park, made good on the nearly $3,000 in combined fines in connection with a stack of summonses for, among other offenses, not inspecting his vehicle, not having a driver’s license or registration and, last week, not wearing a seat belt, according to court records.
Police say that Oh (inset), a real estate investor with a petty-criminal past, has used aliases that include Roger Oh, Burton Oh and Roderick Ho.
A story earlier this week in CLIFFVIEW PILOT outlined how Oh, over slightly more than two months, received summonses in:
It’s happened before: Oh was caught by police in his own town for driving while suspended six years ago.
He already had minor drug offenses on his record when he was arrested two years ago on charges of illegally accessing his former business partner’s account to delete emails and send damaging messages.
The disposition of that case couldn’t immediately be determined.
He has a separate traffic charge to resolve in Paterson, as well.