Police have arrested a man and a woman for trying to save $ 10,000 in a fake Winford Parkway bank.
On May 11, bankers called police when a woman asked for $ 10,000 for a funeral with Mayor Drew.
He filed a protest.
When police talked to the woman about issuing the ticket, the man approached the woman and tried to count at the same time.
Why call the police? He was also arrested by the police.
Initially, the police were given wrong names, but in the end, the woman gave her real name and demanded that she be here.
A Texas arrest warrant has been issued. He claims to have bought a person’s identity on the Internet and created fake drivers.
The license uses this information.
During the search, the police found a large number of counterfeit objects in people’s pockets.
The man and his wife were arrested. The woman was identified as Tonya Davis, 30, of La Orleans
False self-identification is associated with fraud, the first fraud.
Christopher Griffiths, a 30-year-old native of New Orleans, has been charged with four counts of robbery, while three have pleaded
Second fraud, symbol of fraud, first fraud