GLEN, N.Y. – State Police say a traffic stop led to the discovery of 115 forged credits cards which were hidden in false bottom containers.
On Wednesday, shortly before 11 a.m., State Police Troop T pulled over a vehicle on I-90 for speeding.
As the Trooper approached the vehicle, he could smell marijuana coming from inside the car. The 3 occupants were interviewed separately and gave different stories.
Backup was called and the vehicle was searched. That is when Troopers found the 115 fake credit cards which were hidden in 2 false bottom drink containers. However, no marijuana was found.
New York City residents, Kirschel Butler, 26, Christopher Grey, 23, and Keliesha McCoy, 23, were arrested and charged with 115 counts of Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument in the 2nd Degree.
They were arraigned in the Town of Glen Court and sent to Montgomery County Jail.
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