Cleveland woman accused of using fake ID to make purchases in Mentor March 7, 2017

Cleveland woman accused of using fake ID to make purchases in Mentor

A Cleveland woman was charged with four felonies after allegedly using a fake ID to purchase thousands of dollars worth of goods from Best Buy in Mentor.

When police arrived they found the woman, identified as 24 year old Lisa Caunter, in the parking lot of the store driving a U Haul truck. The woman allegedly admitted to using the fake ID not only to purchase the electronics, filltrustid.com but also to rent the truck earlier in the day, Allen said.

The ID Caunter used had her photo on it, but name and other information of another Mentor woman. Police contacted that woman, filltrustid who then told police she had not lived in Mentor for about three years and did not know Caunter, Allen said.

Caunter was charged with fourth degree felony taking the identification of another and fifth degree felonies of misuse of credit, forgery and possession of criminal tools. She was set to be arraigned Monday in Mentor Municipal Court. buy fake ids

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