LPD: Man says he’s not required to register vehicle due to personal beliefs

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Lincoln Police arrested a 35-year-old-man for failing to comply with an officer during a traffic stop when he said he didn't have to register his vehicle due to personal beliefs.

Officers pulled over Steven Logan near 42nd and Baldwin streets on Nov. 29th, shortly after 9 p.m.

After parking his car, police say Logan starting walking away from his vehicle.

The officer told him to stop but he refused and kept walking so the officer grabbed Logan’s arm. The officer then noticed Logan had a firearm and detained him.

When asked for his identification, he told the officer that due to his personal beliefs, he’s not required to register his vehicle.

He was arrested for failing to comply, no insurance and no valid registration.