NJ MAN FACES HOST OF DRUG CHARGES

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NJ MAN FACES HOST OF DRUG CHARGES

A man facing multiple charges had another one added to the list when a Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper discovered he had given him an incorrect name.

The man was booked into the county jail under the name of Antonio Reyes-Leon, 50, Vineland, New Jersey, charged with driving under the influence, four counts of possession of a controlled substance and driving on suspended license on October 13 by Trooper Brandon Jackson.

However, when fingerprinted at the sheriff’s department, the man was discovered to be Moses Gomez-Leon.

The Social Security number the man had given the trooper belonged to an individual who lived in Georgia.

Gomez-Leon was charged with identity theft on October 14.

Trooper Jackson discovered Gomez-Leon sleeping in a vehicle illegally parked at the rest area located on Interstate 40 at the 252 mile marker east bound.

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