A Florida man is facing multiple charges, and eight checks stolen from mailboxes have been recovered during a traffic stop on Friday.
“This is an example of the professional law enforcement activities our deputies perform day in and day out,” said Collier County Sheriff Kevin Rambosk. “As a result of this traffic stop this person is no longer victimizing others, and eight stolen checks were recovered before they could be fraudulently cashed.”
According to deputies, Garibaldi Rodriguez-Bryan, 31, is charged with possession of personal information of five or more people, possession of a forged or stolen driver’s license or ID, driving on a suspended license, and failure to register a motor vehicle.
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Rodriguez-Bryan was pulled over for a traffic infraction at the intersection of Collier Boulevard and Golden Gate Parkway shortly before 10 p.m.
The deputy learned that Rodriguez-Bryan’s driver’s license was suspended. Rodriguez-Bryan was also in possession of a Georgia license with his name on it that actually belonged to someone else.
In the car were eight checks that had been stolen from residential and business mailboxes in Collier County. One of the checks had been altered and made payable to Rodriguez-Bryan.