Naomi Norelli has been through a lot. The single mother was diagnosed with cancer during her second pregnancy. After overcoming the condition, she moved to Denver for a new job.
Right after she arrived, the job fell through. The Colorado mother was able to get a new job, but then her newly purchased car died. Though she realized the dealer had duped her, she still needed to pay $400 for new registration tags. However, she just couldn’t afford them.
“Trying to cover rent, child care, food, groceries, the whole nine yards on one budget is really hard,” Naomi said.
She was driving to work one day when a police officer pulled her over for the expired tags. Then she explained why they were so old.