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    Home / College Guide / Emilee Broussard : “Stolen IDs & Credit Cards in Car: Traffic Stop Escapade”
     Posted on Monday, February 12 @ 00:00:04 PST

    By Trend News Line 2024-02-12 00:52:36. Arrest Made in College Station After Traffic Stop Leads to Discovery of Stolen Documents and Credit Cards In a recent incident in College Station, Texas, local police have successfully apprehended a passenger of a vehicle that fled a routine traffic stop. This arrest has led to the discovery of a significant number of stolen documents, credit cards, and IDs. According to a police report, an officer attempted to stop a Ford Fusion with expired registration on Copperfield Parkway at approximately 7:30 a.m. During the initial stop, the driver briefly halted the vehicle, disposing of a stolen handgun, before fleeing from the officer. Fortunately, law enforcement was able to locate the vehicle after the driver crashed and fled the scene. Further investigation revealed that the owner of the vehicle was a woman named Emilee Broussard, who was occupying the passenger seat at the time of the incident. Inside the car, authorities discovered a bag containing a staggering 11 stolen forms of identifying information. These items included social security cards, debit cards, credit cards, checkbooks, and driver’s licenses. As a result of the evidence found, Broussard was promptly arrested and is now facing charges related to the stolen items.

    At this time, it remains unclear whether the driver of the vehicle has been located or identified. The police report did not provide any details regarding the driver’s whereabouts or potential involvement in the criminal activity. The discovery of these stolen documents and credit cards highlights the importance of vigilant law enforcement efforts in combating identity theft and fraud. It serves as a reminder for individuals to safeguard their personal information and report any suspicious activity to the authorities promptly. The College Station Police Department is continuing its investigation into this incident to determine the full extent of the criminal operation and to identify any potential accomplices. As the case progresses, further details may emerge, shedding light on the motives and intentions behind the possession of these stolen items. As always, the College Station community is encouraged to remain vigilant and report any information that may assist law enforcement in their efforts to maintain public safety and protect against criminal activities.. 1. Stolen IDs and credit cards recovered from car involved in traffic stop evasion 2. Car evading traffic stop found with stolen IDs and credit cards.

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