Suspects Arrested for Stolen Property and False Impersonation

Suspects Arrested for Stolen Property and False Impersonation

Two suspects recently learned the hard way that if you’re going to try to impersonate someone else to police officers, there’s a good chance you will be caught in the act.

Rocklin Police Department officers reportedly arrested Maher Rashid, 22, of Sacramento, and Adam Rashid, 19, who refused to give his address, after both suspects presented false names, according to an official weekly report. Rashid was reportedly charged with public intoxication and false impersonation of another. Maher was reportedly charged with giving a false ID to an officer, as well as taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent, possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of stolen property, and an outstanding warrant.

According to Rocklin PD, on Friday, May 2, 2014, at about 7:10am, officers responded to El Don Drive on a report of a suspicious subject. Upon arrival, officers reportedly made contact with the subject, who officers say was obviously intoxicated. He reportedly gave officers a false name, and upon further investigation was reportedly arrested for an outstanding warrant and providing a false name to officers.

A short time later, officers were reportedly called back to the same location for another suspicious subject, who upon contact also reportedly gave officers a false name. The subject was reportedly arrested for public intoxication and false impersonation of another. Then officers reportedly he was standing next to a black Honda with personal property inside — upon further investigation, officers determined the car had been reported stolen, reportedly resulting in the additional charges.

Suspects Arrested for Stolen Property and False Impersonation was last modified: May 7th, 2014 by admin
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