Connecticut woman found with forged driver’s licenses, checks at mall

Callie Trice
Callie Trice

A Connecticut woman was arrested and charged at the Palisades Mall on Sunday after police said she used forged checks to purchase gift cards and electronics.

According to Clarkstown Police, Callie Trice, 36, of Hartford, Connecticut, made two purchases of electronics and gift cards with an out-of-state drivers license. She used checks which were suspected to be fake to make the purchases, which were valued at a total of $150.

After the checks were deemed suspicious and police were informed, Trice was searched. Police found three forged drivers licenses and several forged bank checks.

Trice was charged with second degree possession of a forged instrument, second degree forgery, fourth degree criminal possession of stolen property and first degree identity theft, all felonies. She was also charged with misdemeanor petty larceny.

After being remanded to the custody of the Rockland County Jail, Trice’s bail was set at $5,000. She is due back in court on October 22.