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WEBSTER GROVES, Mo. (KSDK) - A St. Louis woman says she was never pulled over, but received 11 tickets in the mail last week.

Lisa Boston, who says she recently changed her last name from Stricklin, is accused of driving with failure to wear a seatbelt, driving too slow, speeding, and littering, among other offenses. All offenses were allegedly committed on the same day, at the same time, at or near the same intersection.

"I can't remember if I was even there that day," Boston said.

The Webster Groves Police Department declined an on-camera interview. But, it tells us the officer saw someone driving erratically, weaving in and out of traffic, and risking the safety of others. We're told the officer called the station requesting a marked car to pull Lisa over, but no one got there in time. So, the officer took down Lisa's license plate number and issued the tickets.

"I was just shocked, I couldn't believe it. I was like great who's targeting me, that's what I thought," Boston said.

While Boston says she's confident she would win her case in court, she says, that's not the point.

"Why should I be the one to be put out for this, when it's clearly ridiculous?" she said.

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