Driver with STAYUMBL license plate, notorious for cutting people off around Durham, charged in incident with bus




 

The STAYUMBL license plate is notorious on the road and social media. Folks say the driver behind the wheel will speed up, cut people off and then slam on her brakes, sometimes causing a crash.

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