DENVILLE, NJ - A Brooklyn, N.Y. man's bad driving on Route 10 caught the attention of police and resulted in the discovery of more than 30 stolen credit cards, said authorities.
Denville police said they pulled over the man, 32-year-old Steven Girauld, on Jan. 20 after seeing him speeding and failing to use his turn signals. During the stop, police discovered that Girauld and two other men - Reginald Sykes, 29, of Bronx, NY, and Vileek Holmes, 21, of Brooklyn, N.Y. - were in possession of the stolen property, they said.
Girauld, Sykes and Holmes "were in possession of over 30 stolen credit cards, fraudulently purchased gift cards and drug paraphernalia," police said in a statement. "In addition, it was determined that the driver, Girauld, was currently suspended and had an active ATS warrant out of the Jersey City Municipal Court and passenger Holmes had an active NCIC warrant out of the Somerset County Prosecutor's Office," police said.
All three were charged with receiving stolen property, theft of credit cards and possession of personal information of another for fraud, police said. They said the also issued motor vehicle and drug possession summonses.
The men were placed in the Morris County jail pending court appearances, said police.