Decatur Man Arrested With More than $55,000 in Fraudulent Treasury Checks

David Bradshaw arrested with 30 sets of fake identifications and $55,226.22 in U.S. Treasury Checks after routine speeding stop.

A routine traffic stop in Davidson County, N.C. led sheriff's deputies there to arrest a man and charge him for 30 counts of possession and manufacture of fraudulent identifications, reports The Greenboro News & Record. 

According to the story, David Bradshaw, 38, of Decatur, was pulled over on Tuesday, April 22  on Interstate 85 in a 2014 Ford Taurus with Tennessee plates for going 76 miles per hour in a 70 mph zone. 

After a K-9 scan resulted in a positive alert to the presence of narcotics, the vehicle was searched. 

Per My Fox 8, the search resulted in the discovery of "11 bundles of U.S. currency in an undisclosed amount, 30 forms of fraudulent IDs from the state of Georgia bearing the same photograph of a black female but 30 different names and 30 tax refund checks issued by the United States Treasury made payable to the fraudulent names on the IDs."

The recovered checks totaled $55,226.22.

Bradshaw received a $150,000 secured bond, and has a court date of May 29, reports The Dispatch. 


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