One of our loyal readers sent us this:
Courtesy of the Scottsdale Police Department, here's Sen. Frank Antenori running a red light.
CLICK HERE TO WATCH FRANK ANTENORI RUN A RED LIGHT IN SCOTTSDALE!
Days after the hearing, Antenori paid off an August 2009 photo radar speeding ticket that led to his driver's license being suspended.
Antenori paid $312.25 to a collection agency on Monday, the Arizona Daily Star reported. He got his ticket, via photo radar, for driving 57 mph in a 45 mph zone.
Antenori initially tried to get his ticket dismissed by claiming "legislative immunity." When that didn't work, he requested a hearing in February 2010 but never showed. That led to his license being suspended. A collection agency sent him four notices about the outstanding ticket, but he never paid it.
The state senator has another photo-enforcement citation pending for running a red light. The hearing for that ticket is set for May 12.
LOOKS LIKE HANGING OUT WITH HIS CAMPAIGN MANAGER BRETT '109 & FEELING FINE' MECUM IS PAYING OFF!