Two men found themselves behind bars Wednesday after Martin County sheriff’s deputies reported finding a large amount of identifications, stolen credit cards and checks and blank check drafts in their vehicle during a traffic stop.
Deputies arrested 29-year-old Treshaun Devante Spooner of Allentown, Pa., and 26-year-old Cinque Casey Patrick Fidel of Irvington, N.J.
“Perhaps the ledger containing numerous names, dates of birth, addresses and Social Security numbers also located in the car shed some light on what they were doing and who was in line to be victimized,” the sheriff’s office posted on its Facebook page. “But even though the mobile check printer they had took up some sizable space inside their car, neither man knew how it got there, what it was for or how it was being used. So, MCSO helped them sort it out.”
Patrick Fidel was charged with trafficking; possessing or altering credit cards; possessing forged notes, bills, credit cards and similar; and possessing instruments used in conjunction with forging. He was being held on $225,000 bond, a report states.
Spooner was charged with giving law enforcement a false identification and knowingly possessing five or more identifications. His bond was set at $85,000, according to the report.