Glendale police arrested a Los Angeles couple and charged them with identity theft and grand theft.
Officers conducted a traffic stop at a local motel on a GMC Yukon. Officers stopped the vehicle after noticing that it did not have a front license plate. The driver of the vehicle did not have a valid driver’s license. He was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the stop. The driver was also a parolee.
During the stop, officers discovered that the Yukon had been reported stolen is Nevada. The driver presented falsified documents for the vehicle, including a fake change of ownership document.
The man’s girlfriend arrived on scene during the traffic stop. Police arrested both people and charged them with identity theft, grand theft auto and forgery. They also charged the man with driving on a suspended license.
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