NYC man charged with identity theft and drug charges


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A 35-year-old New York City man is facing multiple charges, including identity theft and drug offenses, after he allegedly attempted to cash a fraudulent check at the Provident Savings Bank on Route 130, March 7, according to the East Windsor Police Department.

He allegedly tried to cash the fraudulent check using a fraudulent driver’s license, police said.

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Police were notified and found the man. During the investigation, he was allegedly found to have suspected cocaine and suspected heroin in his possession. He also allegedly had multiple fraudulent driver’s licenses and stolen credit cards in his possession, police said.

The man was charged with five counts each of identity theft and possession of false government documents, police said.

He was also charged with two counts each of possession of a controlled dangerous substance and credit card theft, and one count of having bad checks and possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.

He was processed and released.

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