Connecticut woman with 6 fake identities withdrew thousands from Hoover bank, police say

Jaime Lynn MooreA Connecticut woman is under arrest in Hoover after police said withdrew thousands of dollars from a bank using a stolen identity.

In fact, police said, she didn't have just have that one fraudulent driver's license, but had more than a dozen fake licenses or credit cards.

Jaime Lynn Moore, 35, was arrested July 28, Lt. Keith Czeskleba said Friday. Hoover police responded to PNC Bank on Montgomery Highway after employees there became suspicious of a woman trying to obtain a debit card.

The suspect - later identified as Moore - tried to run when officers arrived but was taken into custody outside the bank. When arrested, she had four counterfeit Georgia licenses, two counterfeit Florida licenses as well as seven fake Capital One credit cards.

Czeskleba said Moore made a $4,700 withdrawal using one of the stolen identities at the PNC branch on John Hawkins Parkway before she went to the Montgomery Highway branch.

Moore is charged with first-degree theft of property, trafficking in stolen identities and possession of a forged instrument. She is being held without bond in the Jefferson County Jail, and authorities say more charges could be filed.


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