Man caught with fake license plate drawn with crayon after troopers stop to help with flat tire, troopers say 12/16/2019 1:27 pm PST Comments WJW / Steuben County via WGHP: STEUBEN COUNTY, Ind. (WGHP) -- It was a flat tire that led troopers to a driver with a blatantly faked license plate, according to WSBT. At about 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Joshua Anthony Lewis-Brown, 20, of Rochester, N.Y., was standing beside his Toyota Corolla near mile marker 147 on Toll Road after a tire blew. Indiana State Police pulled over so they could help the stranded driver. Troopers say that, instead of a license plate, the car had a piece of paper with numbers written on with crayon. Lewis-Brown also did not have a license. After running the vehicle identification number, troopers discovered the car was stolen from State College in Pennsylvania a day earlier. Lewis-Brown is charged with possession of stolen property and operating without ever obtaining a license, WSBT reports. MORE: Man caught with fake license plate drawn with crayon after troopers stop to help with flat tire, troopers say - WGHP #Indiana #Possession #WGHP Related Stories Indiana woman had meth in system when infant died: Court docs Woman fatally shot by backseat passenger with 'assault-style' rifle Abduction, robbery may be linked to similar case: Police Indiana men convicted for kidnapping, torturing woman Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.