MAYWOOD– Police stopped a possible vacation shopping spree when they discovered an “worrying” variety of taken charge card and phony IDs when officers stopped a chauffeur who stated she was headed to the Garden State Plaza shopping center.
The Subaru Forester was stopped when chauffeur Karina Espinal, 26, of Newark made a prohibited turn at Maywood Avenue and Essex Street in Maywood on Wednesday, according to Maywood cops.
When Espinal was asked to produce ID she revealed the officer a photo of a Connecticut chauffeur’s license on her phone.
SUV was taken
The officer figured out the SUV didn’t come from her and the license was likewise somebody else’s. A 2nd physical New Jersey license with Espinal’s image was discovered inside the SUV however the details was for somebody else.
Passengers Tyshawn Stevens, 26, and Christopher Godwin, 43, both from The Bronx, likewise produced phony IDs, according to cops.
While Espinal was being collared, Stevens ran and was gone after through numerous yards. He had a drug offense warrant from Bergen County and was charged with blockage.
All 3 were collared on charges connected to ID theft and incorrect files.
Espinal and Godwin, who currently had arrest records, were launched while Stevens was being held at the Bergen County Jail.
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