Police Find Suspicious Credit Cards in Speeding Driver's Car

The information in this report is from the Twinsburg Police. An arrest does not mean a conviction.

A driver stopped for speeding had a number of credit cards and gift cards in his car that did not belong to him, according to a Twinsburg Police report.

The driver was released from the scene and not arrested, but the case remains under investigation.

On March 21, the police pulled over the car for speeding on I-480 near Aurora Road. A police dog was used to search the car and the dog "alerted" at something in the car. A further search of the car found credit cards and gift cards in the car that did not belong to the driver or any passengers.

The driver also had two credit cards in his personal possession that did not have the driver's name on them.

nevAuMind May 23, 2013 at 05:20 PM
Why were they released if they had stolen credit cards in their possession ? If their names weren't on them then they were stolen? I'm sure there is a good answer as to why the Po let them go but I would like to know what it is
Carl S May 23, 2013 at 10:32 PM
They keep releasing murderers/rapists/child molesters back onto us. Its nuts. It isnt the police. They are just as frustrated as we are. Its time to start putting the hammer down on these people.


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