Two people face charges following a traffic stop in Tamaqua on Sunday.
A blue Dodge Neon was stopped at 6:28 p.m. after an officer on patrol noticed the inspection sticker was expired. After a records check, the officer learned the registration was also expired.
The driver, Gerald C. Miller, 41, of 426 E. Arlington St., Shenandoah, admitted the plate was expired, as was the insurance, and that he does not have a valid driver's license.
What he did have was an outstanding warrant for his arrest, issued by Northumberland County authorities.