COLLIER COUNTY, Florida – A St. Petersburg man is charged after cops mentioned he was discovered with a number of stolen identities throughout a visitors arrest on Monday.
Eric Lemon, 42, was arrested in Collier County round 12:30 pm on suspicion of getting greater than 20 stolen identities, bank cards and extra, in accordance with the Florida Freeway Patrol.
Lemon was driving within the passenger seat of a Maserati on I-75 when the automobile was stopped by cops on account of window tint, cops mentioned.
Troopers searched the automobile after saying the motive force seemed nervous and a Okay-9 alerted one thing within the automobile.
Lemon had three wallets and three cell telephones, in accordance with the arrest report. A bag filled with small payments was additionally discovered within the automobile.
One pockets contained a Social Safety card, six debit / bank cards, two Florida IDs, three meals stamps, 9 present playing cards, and a bit of paper with 5 completely different names, license numbers, and Social Safety numbers written on.
5 of the 9 present playing cards had been re-encoded with stolen debit / bank card numbers, the troopers mentioned. The second pockets revealed one other re-encoded present card and two debit playing cards with completely different identities.
Lemon is accused of fraud, together with possession of stolen debit / bank cards and possession of 5 or extra identities.
The motive force instructed the troopers that the cash bag was destined for the strip membership.
Lemon was taken to the Collier County Jail.