Police: New York man arrested for credit card theft, forgery at Secaucus Capital One bank


A New York man was arrested for credit card theft, forgery, and other related charges at the Secaucus Capital One bank last week, police said.

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By John Heinis/Hudson County View

On Tuesday, September 15th at approximately 1:48 p.m., Secaucus police responded to the Capital One Bank located at 1291 Paterson Plank Road on a report of fraudulent activity, Police Chief Dennis Miller said.

Following an investigation, police arrested John Morales, 41, of Yonkers, New York for forgery, trafficking in personal identifying information of another, two counts of theft
of identity, exhibiting false government documents, credit card theft, resisting arrest,
hindering apprehension, and unlawful possession of a weapon (boxcutter).

Morales was issued his complaint summons and was subsequently released from police custody, authorities said.