Three Bronx Men Arrested, Allegedly Had Fake Credits Cards and Marijuana in Lyndhurst, New Jersey

Lyndhurst NJ police recently arrested three men accused of possessing fake credit cards, fake IDs, and marijuana in their vehicle.

Lyndhurst New Jersey police officers were on patrol when they reportedly observed a motor vehicle swerving while driving on Orient Way around Valley Brook Avenue. The patrol officers also reportedly saw that the three individuals inside the car were not wearing their seatbelts.

As a result, the officers stopped the vehicle and spoke with the suspects.

At some point during the conversation, the officers allegedly realized that the suspects were carrying fake identification, as well as fake credit cards.

Beyond that, police officers allegedly discovered a small amount of marijuana inside the vehicle.

The suspects, who all live in the Bronx in New York, were arrested without incident.

All three suspects were charged with possession of fake credit cards, possession of fake identification, and simple possession of marijuana. Additionally, the driver of the vehicle was issued several citations for traffic violations.

After being placed under arrest and charged, the suspects were taken to the Bergen County Jail in Hackensack, NJ. The two passengers in the vehicle are being held at the correctional facility on separate $30,000 bail amounts. Meanwhile, the driver is being held at the jail on a slightly higher $35,000 bail amount.

For additional information about this case, check out the article entitled “Traffic Stop Leads to Arrests of Bronx Men with Fake Credit Cards, Police Say.”


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