Newsday: Suffolk to take action against traffic ticket scofflaws

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Anyone with overdue traffic tickets in Suffolk might want to consider paying them before the county takes action.

Suffolk is targeting tens of thousands of people with unpaid parking tickets, and people who have three or more unpaid red light camera violations.

The Suffolk Traffic agency told Newsday that violators will have their cars towed or booted starting next month.

The county is currently running an amnesty program waiving late fees on unpaid fines until Feb. 20.

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