LONDON, Ky (WYMT) – Two man have been arrested for forging credit and debit cards after a motel employee complains of marijuana odor. Sheriff John Root says deputies made the arrests Monday at about 5:15 p.m. after the complaint came in over a marijuana smell coming from one of the rooms. Deputies say when they got to the scene they found two men, a small amount or marijuana, a large amount of credit and debit cards, a machine that scanned the cards and a computer. 134 cards were found with the names of the two men in the hotel room and numerous cards with nothing on them were also found. Both men advised deputies that they were from Georgia, but deputies say they are unsure about their identities due to the equipment they found in the room. Only one man would identify himself, his ID stated he was from Oklahoma. The other man, who was uncooperative during the investigation, had a Georgia driver’s license with his picture on it, but deputies were unable to verify that it was a valid Georgia drivers license. Deputies located a rental vehicle in the parking lot that the two subjects had allegedly driven. One […]
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